The Sánchez-Rosado family started their project in 1998 when they acquired “La Chamuscá” estate in the mountains of the village of Cártama, just 20km west of the city of Málaga in the far south of Spain.
From the start, this family wished to recuperate the “wine-producing” tradition that existed in that area before the phylloxina ravaged the area long time ago. It became their main motivation for many years of steady progress and passion for the world of wine.
The bodega was recently acquired by a Belgian investors family, also passionate about wine. Their objective is to continue this tradition as well as the further development of the bodega and it’s quality products.
Presently, two wines are produced: a “Tinto Roble Cartima Siglo XXI” – a blended red wine, aged in oak barrels as well as a “Blanco Moscatel Seco Cartima Siglo XXI” – a dry white wine from moscatel grapes. More about those further on.