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Cortijo de San Isidro Cellar

Cortijo de San Isidro Cellar

Less than an hour from Madrid, history and wine combine at Cuevas Real Cortijo de San Isidro, built in 1782, by order of HM King Carlos III. It belonged to the Spanish royal family until the reign of Isabel II and since 1983 it is a Historic-Artistic Monument. A unique and mysterious setting to celebrate a company event, very adapted to the Wine Casino and Bacchus Olympiads, in a natural and mystical setting. After enjoying a previous tour of the French garden, we get to the cave of the cellar, through a monumental gate. Nobody imagines the surprise before having crossed the stone arch, located in the middle of the fields. From that moment we are plunged into a world of charms in which atmosphere we can feel the magic of history and the seductive sound of our footsteps on gravels. Walking along nearly half a mile of underground vaulted galleries, we go through without realizing it, almost all the village of the Real Cortijo de San Isidro. And we observe the two hundred alcoves where superb wines rest at a constant temperature of 16 ° C and 85% humidity. A fascinating destination to share with customers and partners throughout the year.

  • We liked: The peace and serenity of the village of San Isidro, the charm of the subterranean galleries and their coolness in summer. It is well worth the drive from Madrid to enjoy this little paradise at no more than 46 minutes from Plaza de Castilla.
  • Location: The Real Cortijo bodega is located 47 km from Madrid and 4 km from Aranjuez in a little neoclassical village created by Carlos III in the XVIII century, the Cortijo de San Isidro. The entrance to the underground galleries is under the gardens and within walking distance of the church.
  • Address: C/ León Ruiz Ruiz s/n, Real Cortijo de San Isidro 28300, Aranjuez
  • Telephone: +34 91 535 77 35
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