The Anecoop Bodegas winery was founded in 1986 in South Spanish Valencia. It is a second degree cooperative and developed from the merging of cooperatives that were already in existence. Three wine producers belong to Anecoop Bodegas: Bodega la Viña, Bodega Reymos and Bodegas San Martín de Unx.
The Bodega la Viña is the largest of these three wineries. 11.3 million kilograms of grapes are harvested from its 2400 hectare vineyards annually. The winery produces only still red and white wines made from the Monastrell, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, Syrah, Merlot, Macabeo and Tintorera grape varieties. In order to properly deal with the huge production, the winery now has a fully automatic cellar hall and modern bottling and packing lines, as well as over 300 Franch and American oak casks in which the aroma of the wine rounds out.
In 1918 Bodega Reymos became the first winery cooperative in the Valencia region. The winery is situated 218 meters above sea level in the city of Cheste. Its microclimatic conditions, soil characteristics and its proximity to the sea provide excellent essentials for cultivating the Moscatel de Alejandría grape.
The smallest of the three Anecoop wineries is the Bodegas San Martín de Unx in the Spanish wine growing region Baja Montaña. It was founded in 1914 and is considered the second oldest cooperative in Navarre. Its vineyards cover 500 hectares, which are planted with up to 60% Garnacha grapes. Although this winery produces less than its two bigger sister wineries, the dry to semi-arid climate with an over average number of sunshine days and strong winds, the grapes ripen very well. The wines made here are considered high quality and reflect the terroir in which they grow very well.
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|Company Name:||Anecoop Bodegas|
|Street:||Calle Monforte 1, entlo.|
|Contact & Internet|
|Telephone:||+34 963 938 500|
|Fax:||+34 963 938 510|
|Year of Incorporation:||1986|