‘La Purísima’ Wine Shop

Address:
Ctra. Pinoso, 3 – 30510 Yecla (Murcia) Spain

How to reach us: Longitude 38.6093759 Latitude -1.1031547

Phone:
+34 968 751 257

Website:
bodegaslapurisima.com

E-mail:
enoturismo@bodegaslapurisima.com

Price range:
From €2 to €25.

Useful information:
Opening hours. Mornings from 9:00 to 13:30. Afternoons from 16:00 to 19:30. Saturdays from 9:00 to 13:00.

Contact person:
Pedro José Azorín

Here you can find:
Here you will find a wide range of wine and other products such as extra virgin olive oil, vermouth, and vin de liqueur. At our shop we will tell you about the different wines offered by Bodegas La Purísima, advising you to choose the one that best matches your tastes and needs.
We offer a wide variety of wine. The major brands and most awarded wines include:
La Purísima: Monastrell, Syrah, Rosé and White
Old Hands Organic: Young, Oak, and White
Iglesia Vieja: Reserva and Crianza
Consentido: Monastrell Barrica, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Macabeo, and Merlot. Esencia

Trapío

Premium

Consentido

Ideal for:
Ideal for your loved ones at special events such as baptisms, first communions, weddings, or birthdays. All our products will make the perfect gift for friends or relatives, which is why we offer a special service for any type of event.

Special for:
Online shop. English spoken.

Customer courtesy:
Choose your desired item and personalize it with photos, text, or individual decorative bags.

Our history:
‘Bodegas La Purísima was founded in 1946 by various farmers who came together to improve the quality of the local wine. Their dedication and desire to create great wines enabled them to obtain the PDO mark in 1975. This was quite an achievement for these farmers, who registered PDO no. 27, the Yecla Designation of Origin, making it the only PDO whose boundary lies on the edge of the municipality in the style of the most prestigious French AOCs.’

The La Purísima wine shop recommends:

‘The route from the Iglesia de San Francisco towards Calle de San Francisco to the Basílica de La Purísima, City Hall, Iglesia Vieja (Old Church), and ending at the ‘Castle’ (a small chapel) with panoramic views of the whole city.’ Pedro José Azorín Pedro José Azorín