Bruma is a boutique winery that was created by eight partners in Valle de Guadaloupe. It was built using local and natural materials: recycled wood, stone, soil, and is completely integrated into the environment. The cellar features a 300 year old oak tree that is the emblem of the winery. The 80ha domaine is planted with 17ha of vines, across different types of soils and microclimates. The winemaker is Lourdes Martinez Ojeda, who worked for almost 10 years at Château Brane-Cantenac in Bordeaux and is originally from Ensenada. Total production is 3,000 cases.
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