Bodegas García de Olano is a family-run winery with a long history in winemaking that goes back generations. Even today, the family owns a cellar containing ancient caves from the Muslim period where the grandfathers and great-grandfathers of the current three GARCIA DE OLANO brothers used to produce and store wine which they later sold in bulk.


Although these "winemaking" roots were latent, it was not until 1990 that FERNANDO GARCIA DE OLANO and three of these children, FERNANDO, JOSE LUIS AND JORGE, gained momentum and created the present day "BODEGAS GARCIA DE OLANO S.C."

They started this new venture selling only young red wines under the brand “Heredad García de Olano” and they had a small winery.
After this effort and consolidation in the market, it was in 1997 when the first phase of the present day building was constructed, then extended in 2002, to become the winery it is today.

Bodegas García de Olano

The winery features a built-up area of 2500 square metres, distributed as follows:

With an underground depth of 7 metres, it features an area of 550 square metres divided into Production and Storage areas:



  • 4 x 42,000 litre tanks.
  • 6 x 35,000 litre tanks.



  • 7 x 25,000 litre tanks.
  • 1 x 18,000 litre tank.
  • 4 x 12,000 litre tanks.
  • 1 x 8,900 litre tank.
  • 1 x 5,000 litre tank.
  • 6 x 4,200 litre tanks.
  • 1 x 2,000 litre tank.
  • 2 x 1,000 litre tanks.

The winery has therefore an overall storage capacity of 800,000 litres.

Encompassing an area of 300 square metres, its storage capacity is therefore 1000 barrels.

The winery currently has 325 barrels, 300 of which are made of French Oak and 25 are American Oak.

A 300 square metre room where Crianza, Reserva and Vintage wines, once bottled are laid to rest and age until rounded in the bottle.

The room has a storage capacity of 150,000 bottles.

Average of bottles in stock:

  • 50,000 Crianza.
  • 6,000 Reserva.
  • 2,000 Signature Wine.