In the first half of the 19th century Jerez became the wine capital in the world. In 1835 Manuel Mª González Angel put his savings together and founded a small winery, in just 20 years González Byass had become the first winery to export Jerez wines.
He built his first large warehouses: Constancia, Apóstoles y la Cuadrada, and by the middle of the century La Concha, attributed to Eiffel, and Lepanto.
When he died in 1887 he had left not only a flourishing business, but a unique monumental ensemble.
A visit to the winery TIO PEPE by González Byass in Jerez will transport you in time, to this advanced city of the nineteenth century. That a good cup of Tio Pepe will return to reality ...