It is located between the Palacio de los Condes de Santa Ana (Palace of the Counts of Saint Ana) and the Jewish Necropolis, in Calle Molino, which received this name because of the seven oil mills (almazaras) that were installed here. About half way up the street is a building, first registered in 1777, with an ancient and simple façade. It is two storeys high, with upright bars which are typical of the era on the first floor, tiny windows on the second floor and a large wooden gate with iron nails, flanking the entrance. All of this encloses a special place, a sanctuary, with the “EL ALFOLÍ” aroma, flavour and tradition. It is a unique place where the history of grain, wine and oil coexist in harmony.
They offer tastings, experiences and pairings.
C/ Molino, 21,Lucena