Producer Profile

Julia Casado

Julia Casado, initially trained in music, discovered her passion for winemaking during a stint at a local winery in Germany's Pfalz region. Upon returning to her hometown of Murcia in 2010, she swiftly emerged as a prominent figure in the Spanish winemaking scene. Focusing primarily on Monastrell, or "la del terreno" as it's known locally, Julia embarked on her own winemaking venture in 2015, aptly named La del Terreno. Renting a vineyard spanning 3.5 hectares in Jumilla, she cultivates fifty-year-old goblet trained vines on sandy loam soils at an altitude of approximately 500 meters. Embracing organic and sustainable practices, Julia's meticulous approach extends from vineyard to winery.


Where The Wines Come From


In the sun-drenched region of Murcia, natural wine production flourishes amidst the arid landscapes and Mediterranean breezes. Here, winemakers embrace sustainable practices, cultivating indigenous grape varieties with a deep respect for the land. The wines of Murcia reflect the region's unique terroir, offering a diverse range of flavors, from crisp, citrus-driven whites to bold, spicy reds, each bottle capturing the essence of the sun-soaked soils and rugged terrain. With a focus on minimal intervention in the cellar, these wines showcase a raw vitality and purity, inviting enthusiasts to savor the true essence of Murcia's winemaking tradition with every sip.