The name Oliveros has been linked to wine for more than 75 years, when in 1940, D. Juan Oliveros Perea created the first winery, which would later be welcomed to the Denomination of origin of the County of Huelva
From the beginning, Juan Oliveros was an avant-garde and enterprising man, always pioneer in the sector. His passion for work led him to put the first bottling plant in the area. He was followed by his son D. Jaime Oliveros Macías, possibly the best oenologist in the area at the time and also at the forefront. In fact, he was the first one to put a cold treatment plant for the new fruity young wines. Already in this 21st century, the third generation has taken over and respecting the family tradition has differentiated the winery making it the first one specialized in export, being present in more than 20 countries and being also absolute leader in wine tourism in the Area, receiving thousands of visits per year. The secret of the success of olive cellars is to gather tradition and new business trends, with the sole objective of seeking maximum quality in their wines. Among the most recognized brands of the winery are Oliveros, Juan Jaime, Lágrima de Vino Naranja, Alzamendi and Marqués de la Bolita. In constant innovation, the company is very aware of the changes that occur in the market. Fruit of it is its more recent red wines with the County of Huelva Denomination of Origin, raised in a special underground cava and conditioned to withstand the temperatures of this part of Andalusia.
Special mention should be made to Vino Naranja (Orange Wine), which belongs to the range of sweet wines, traditionally produced in the County of Huelva and whose characteristics are exquisite and unique in the market. This wine is exclusive and represents a sign of distinction for our winery, since we gave our brand, Vino Naranja, to protect this wine so peculiar and attractive under the Regulatory Council.
The County of Huelva is a region on the Atlantic coast of Andalusia, in the south of Spain.
The County of Huelva is a region on the Atlantic coast of Andalusia, in the south of Spain. The County of Huelva Certificate of origin was created on May 10, 1962 and, by Order of the Ministry of Agriculture, in 1963, the Regulation of Denomination of Origin of Condado de Huelva was approved, which brings together all sectors committed to The Wines of Discovery.
The Denomination of Origin Condado de Huelva, comprises a wide region divided into two areas: Condado Campiña and Condado Litoral. It limits in the north with the region of the Andévalo, to the south with the Atlantic Ocean, to the east with the provinces of Cadiz and Seville, and to the west with Huelva city.
It covers an area of 5,000 hectares of vineyards, which extend throughout fourteen municipalities: Almonte, Beas, Bollullos Par del Condado, Bonares, Chucena, Hinojos, Manzanilla, Moguer, Niebla, La Palma del Condado, Rociana del Condado , Trigueros, Villalba del Alcor and Villarrasa.
The climate is Mediterranean with Atlantic influence. The county enjoys mild winters, sunny springs and long, warm summers, with an average annual temperature of 18ºC and an average 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. The relative humidity ranges between 60 and 80% and rainfall reaches 550 liters per square meter per year.
The vineyards of the County of Huelva settle on flat or slightly undulating, reddish or brown, not too limestone, and in several areas near the mouth of the Guadalquivir, they are formed by lands of alluvium.
The predominant variety is the Zalema, which occupies 80% of the cultivated area. Other varieties such as Palomino Fino, Listán de Huelva, Garrido Fino, Moscatel de Alejandría and Pedro Ximénez, Tempranillo, Syrah, Garnacha that contribute to enrich the white, red and generous wines, typical of this Certificate of Origin.