Bodegones del Sur
Latin spirit with Bordelais skills
The word “bodegón” refers to a style of painting similar to what is known as “still life” in the English-speaking world. Gaining popularity in 17th-century Spain, a bodegón typically depicts culinary motifs: fruit bowls, grapes, banquet buffets and the like. This tradition of lovingly studying points of contact between the natural and the man-made also characterizes the craft of the Deicas family, three generations of which are currently involved in the winemaking process. The family is dedicated to producing premium wines with minimal intervention and a respect for ecological balance. The winery’s long-standing collaboration with Bordeaux’s famous Château Pape-Clément has certainly contributed to the remarkable know-how displayed by the winery as well as to the outstanding international reputation it enjoys today.