El Corte Inglés de Málaga Centro y Bahia.
Vinoteca Sabor a Málaga; Centro Comercial Mijas Costas.
El tapeo del Cervantes; Calle Carcer Nº9, Málaga.
Museo del Vino; Plaza de los viñeros Nº1, Málaga
Arte ecuestre Quinta Do Luar; Partido del Quinto s/n, Poligono 8, Parcela 370, 29120 Alhaurin El Grande, Málaga
Restaurante La Bodega; Calle Miguel Berrocal, 24, Estación de Cártama, Málag
Mesón la Taberna el Toro; Avda. España 37, Alhaurín de la Torre, Málaga
Vinoteca El Descorche; Avda. Libertad 83, local 4, Alhaurín El Grande, Málaga
Restaurante El Lago; Urb. Elviria Hills Avda. Las Cumbres s/n, Marbella, Málaga
Restaurante Casa Paco; Maria Moreno 2, 29100 Coín, Málaga
El Patio de Beatas; Calle Beatas 43, Málaga
Complejo Turístico Rural La Garganta del Chorro; Barriada el Chorro S/N, Álora, Málaga
La Taberna de Fergui; Avda. Manuel de Falla, local 54, Estación de Cártama, Málaga
Restaurante Los Gutiérrez Playa; Paseo Marítimo Antonio Banderas Nº6, Málaga
Restaurante El Envero; Calle Luis Barahona de Soto Nº6, Málaga
Restaurante del Candado Golf; Calle Golf del Candado Nº2, Málaga
Y MUCHO MÁS..................
Producing a good wine starts in the vineyard as we know and that is why we take a lot of care about it by means of traditional operations such as pruning in green, blunting, as well as elimination of bunches when the load grows too big and much more to improve the performance of the vines, contributing to better quality grapes. To succeed making a good wine also requires to foster the vineyard. And by the time of the harvest we move our focus on taking care of all the details of it; manual selection of the bunches to be vinified, control of the ideal temperature of elaboration as well as the continuous control of the must during its fermentation process and much more of course.
Our privileged situation, at an altitude of 300 meter, between the Guadalhorce Valley and the southern face of the Sierra Llana, by which the breezes from the east of the Mediterranean Sea are entering that provide the necessary supply of humidity for the vineyard so that the grapes will get the scarce but sufficient supply of water, enough to obtain quality grapes from the different varieties planted. It is not a surprise that the Romans already selected these grounds 2000 years ago to plant their vineyards and make their wine. And our land is poor, calcareous and clay-loamy, which helps for the vineyard to find conditions, remarkably suitable for its cultivation. This, together with the competences of our enologist and the support of all our team, makes that we can realize wines as special as our Roble Cartima Siglo XXI and our Moscatel Seco Cartima Siglo XXI
Cartima Siglo XXI Roble 2015
Visual phase: intense cherry color, shows violet tones
Olfactory phase: medium intense aromas of ripe black berry fruit, notes of spices reflecting the complexity and quality of the wine
Gustatory phase: smooth and well balanced, medium acidity and a good astringency. Fruit aromas persist as well as notes of coffee resulting from the aging in oak.
Points of sale: our wines can be in our winery and more....
The winery project was initiated by the Sanchez - Rosado family in 1998, when they acquired the farm "La Chamuscá", located in the mountains of the municipality of Cártama, about 20 km west of the city of Málaga in the far south of Spain.
They wished to recuperate the wine making tradition that had existed on the "Sierra de Cártama" mountains until the phylloxera ravaged it completely long time ago. It became the main motivation for many years of hard work, seeking steady progress in this passionate world of wine production.
The winery was recently acquired by a Belgian investors family, also passionate about wine. Their intention is to continue this fine tradition and invest in the winery's further development and the creation of high quality wines.
Presently, two wines are produced: the Tinto roble Cartima Siglo XXI, a full body, blended, red wine, aged in French and American oak barrels and the Moscatel seco Cartima Siglo XXI, dry white wine, produced from 100% of the famous Moscatel de Málaga grape, typical from the province of Málaga.
To get to know and enjoy our wines in a breathtaking surrounding we organize visits combined with wine sampling for groups up to 25 people.
The event consists of a complete visit of the winery, including the vineyard, with full explanation of the wine production processes, followed by a wine tasting session, accompanied with tapas of jamón ibérico, manchego chees, sausage, bread, refreshments,...... all for the price of 20€ per person.
The visit starts typically at 11.00 am Monday through Saturday, subject to reservation, and lasts for about 2 to 2,5 hours depending on the interest of the public. Other timings may be considered for groups on request and depending on availability.