Novelties introduced in the XX century are also historical.
In 1910 we substituted the old beam press with a German vertical hydraulic one, which is in the museum.
Since the 1950s the fermentation has been carried out by professionals (15 qualified oenologist over 50 years).
We are wine bottling pioneers in the Canary Islands (1935), with machinery also exhibited in the museum.
Beginning in the 1980s we revolutionised the methods and types of wine in the Canaries.
We introduced stainless-steel in wine making in the canaries as well as cooling equipment and membrane presses.
We also initiated the elaboration of natural sparkling wines.
We’ve maintained the ancient methods of elaboration in our Canari and Glas wines.