In 1856 a young Camilo Castilla founded a winery to produce sweet wines after his rough background in Bordeaux wine. After his studies in France he worked in Andalusia until he realized that the variety of grain Moscatel often best suited in deCorella, Navarra region, where he founded the winery.
Don Camilo Castilla loved two things: the novel of Montecristo and Goya's paintings. Montecristo is the line of dry wines and sweet Goya; hence it arises the name of Capricho de Goya, throwing him to the market on the 250th anniversary of the birth of Goya (1746). And as the name implies, refers to the engravings of the painter