Bodegas Santa Catalina
The origin of Santa Catalina de el Mañán, popularly known in its early days as Winery of the Mañan, dates back to 1962 with the founding of a great Winery in the plain of the Mañan, Monóvar.
The current winery was named after the patron saint of the town, and has been expanded over the years until reaching a crop of 5 million and a half kilos of grapes and a park of French oak barrels and barrels of American oak for ageing wines, as well as wine that characterizes to the province of Alicante throughout history, the Fondillón.
The history of the company is the result of the initiative of about thirty farmers own wineries, coming together to solve a logistical problem for the transportation of the wine, creating the great Winery of the Mañan, with best facilities, logistic conditions and location.
Courageous and hard-working growers among which stand out for their work to Francisco Paya Hernández and Silvestre Pérez, as founders and creators of such fruitful union.