In the lands of Turís, vines have been grown from the Iberian-Roman era and there are quotes from the Middle Ages which tell about the excellent wines from the lands of Turís. King Philip IV (1626) noted the superior quality of the wines from Turís.
During the Reconquest period, on the XIII century, King James I, created the peerage of Turís Baron as a reward to Gombalda de Entença, a nobleman who escorted James I on his campaigns in Valencia.
From then on, Turís has always produced very well valued and high quality wines and in 1920, 70 farmers got together with the aim of making quality wines and as a way to manage their vines more effectively – that is how the Cooperative “La Baronía de Turís” was founded.
During the last few years, La Baronía de Turís has had an average harvest capacity of 4 to 5 million kilos of grapes.
Every day, at La Baronía de Turís, we open the doors with the only purpose of providing our customers and friends with our best efforts and our best vineyards.Over all these years of work, dedication, constancy and eagerness to the vineyards and the wine,
we have adapted to the tastes of an ever-more demanding consumer, while maintaining the personality and style of our land at all times.Our greatest challenge is that, through our wines you are able to value the effort and passion who all the family at La Baronía de Turís put
into our wines and liquors.Nowadays, the winery keeps up the tradition, improving its processes, investing in equipment, technology and skilled human resources for the development of the different wine varieties produced and in their continuous improvement.
Our quality department monitors the quality of our wines during all the process: from the growing in the fields to the shipping of the product, as well as the harvest, the ageing, the bottling and the storage.
Continuous improvement is one of the top priorities at our winery. Thanks to the interest of all the staff at La Baronía, today we have one of the most rigorous European agri-food protocols: IFS (International Food Standard).
Vineyards and Varieties
Our farmers’ concerns, boosted by the technical teams at La Baronía de Turís and guided by the evolution on the market allow us to have both local (Tempranillo, Garnacha, Tintorera, Malvasía and Muscat) and foreign (Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sémillon Blanc) grape varieties.Currently, in our field of expertise, we continue to review the introduction of new varieties.