Producer Profile

Bodega Cauzon

Since the inception of planting in 1999, Ramón's vineyard has thrived without the necessity of chemical interventions. This success extends to the cellar, where his philosophy revolves around minimal interference. Ramón's profound respect for his terruño, or terroir, underscores his belief that the land itself imparts the essence of his wines. Consequently, his winemaking approach is marked by simplicity and authenticity. Utilizing native yeast fermentations, he refrains from employing filtering or fining agents, preserving the integrity of the wine. Notably, Ramón abstains from the use of any additives, including sulfur, allowing the true character of the grapes and terroir to shine through in each bottle.

Bodegas Cauzon Winemaker

Where The Wines Come From


In the sun-drenched landscapes of Andalucía, natural winemaking is a journey of passion and tradition intertwined. This region in southern Spain, known for its rich cultural tapestry and diverse terroir, has seen a resurgence of interest in artisanal winemaking practices. Here, amidst the rugged mountains and fertile plains, winemakers embrace organic and biodynamic principles, tending to their vineyards with reverence for the land. Indigenous grape varieties such as Palomino, Pedro Ximénez, and Moscatel flourish in Andalucía's warm climate, yielding wines of remarkable depth and character. In the cellar, traditional methods like solera aging and oxidative winemaking techniques are honored, allowing the wines to develop complexity and nuance over time. The result is a portfolio of natural wines that reflect the soul of Andalucía, with their bold flavors, haunting aromas, and a timeless connection to the region's storied past.