Producer Profile


We encountered Vinessens at Real Wine in London and were immediately captivated by their diverse array of white and amber wines, predominantly crafted from Monastrell grapes. Ranging from delicate whites to flor-covered ambers, some undergo skin contact for over two years.

Their vineyards boast predominantly century-old vines, thriving on a variety of soils, primarily sandy. Many of their wines exude a coastal influence, evident in their saline character, pronounced minerality, and hints of local herbs like rosemary and thyme. Situated on a hillside, their land spans approximately 23 hectares, with elevations ranging from 550 to 700 meters.

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Where The Wines Come From


Natural wine from Alicante, Spain, embodies the essence of the region's sunny Mediterranean climate and rich winemaking heritage. Nestled along the picturesque coastline of the Costa Blanca, Alicante's vineyards bask in the warm sunshine and benefit from cooling sea breezes. Here, winemakers embrace a philosophy of minimal intervention, cultivating grapes with respect for the land and its natural rhythms. With a focus on organic and biodynamic practices, Alicante's natural wines showcase the vibrant flavors and distinct character of indigenous grape varieties like Monastrell and Garnacha Tintorera. From bold and robust reds to crisp and refreshing whites, each bottle tells a story of the region's ancient viticultural traditions and its commitment to sustainability, inviting drinkers to savor the true essence of Alicante in every sip.