Our Almacenistas

Our Almacenistas



Almacenistas are independent sherry artisans who have historically been producing and ageing small stocks of Sherry. For decades Lustau has led a revolutionary project: bottling a small range of these authentic wines unblended, preserving their genuineness.


Cuevas Jurado

Located in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Manuel Cuevas Jurado was a well-known grocer and wholesaler in the region, who became an almacenista in 1950. Today, Cuevas Jurado stocks supplies Lustau with: Manzanilla Pasada de Sanlúcar 1/80 and Amontillado de Sanlúcar 1/21.

El puerto de Santa María

José Luis González Obregón

Located in El Puerto de Santa María, José Luis started as an almacenista in 1959 as a hobby, after retiring from his position as Capataz -Cellar Master- at a popular local Sherry firm. José Luis has been since stocking very limited batches of the finest Sherries in El Puerto de Santa María. González Obregón supplies Lustau with: Fino del Puerto 1/143, Amontillado del Puerto 1/10 and Oloroso del Puerto 1/110.


García Jarana

Located in Jerez de la Frontera, Juan owns one of the most important motorbike franchises in Andalucía. When he bought the charming Bodega “El Aljibe”, Juan found by surprise a collection of the most wonderful Sherries which had been ageing there for decades and decided to become an almacenista. García Jarana supplies Lustau since 1989 with: Oloroso Pata de Gallina 1/38.


del Pino y cia.

The Bodega was established by Mr. Cayetano del Pino y Vázquez in 1886 and rapidly became a prominent sherry exporter. Opposite to other Almacenistas as Lustau, Cayetano del Pino started as a sherry shipper and finally decided to downscale production in the 1970’s and become a craft sherry producer. Today, the company continues to produce widely admired Amontillados and Palo Cortados. Cayetano del Pino supplies Lustau with: Palo Cortado de Jerez 1/22.


Caballero y sobrinos

Antonio Caballero ran a brandy distillery in the 1870’s. He established a few soleras of Sherry at the end of the 19th century which he cared for personally with devotion. His nephews, “sobrinos” in Spanish, took over the business after Antonio retired and decided to continue his legacy starting to act as almacenistas. In the 1960`s they moved the most special soleras to a very unique location, the Castle of San Marcos, in the town of El Puerto de Santa María.

Antonio Caballero y Sbnos. supplies Lustau with Amontillado del Castillo 1/38.

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