In 1998, the journalist Victor de la Serna created from scratch the wine estate, in Ledaña (Cuenca), in the heart of the central Manchuela; a district in the south-east of Spain, almost forgotten until recently, which offers excellent limestone-dominant pottery at high altitude.
It has since acquired old plots of the best traditional castes (boval, monastrell, grenache and moravia agra) at various points of the denomination, from north to south; in total 26 Ha, at altitudes ranging from 770 to over 1,000 metres.
Its main aim is to highlight the huge biodiversity and wine tradition of Manchuela.
Features of its wines
Wines made with an identity of the area.
Coherence in a winery. They increase current knowledge using traditional methods of elaboration.
You come with your own identity. They speak of the territory, the tradition of the area and the characteristics of the year.
Continuous search for the purest expression of grapes.
Behind the Sandoval Finca is Javier Revert who has focused the project on the recovery of old vineyards of boval, garnacha and moravia agra. Also in the reintroduction of classical methods, in both processing and rearing.
Javier Revert, Finca Sandoval enologist
Javier Revert began his professional career at the Oak Career in 2009.
Currently, he is involved in three different projects: a collaboration with La Comarcal; Javi Revert Viticulator, his personal project; and Finca Sandoval, where he has the technical responsibility since 2020.