Bodegas Barbadillo was born when Benigno and Manuel Barbadillo bottled their first manzanilla in Sanlúcar de Barrameda in 1821. It remains a family business to this day, and they pride themselves on their connection with their land. Not just through their own vineyards and long standing partnerships with many local grape growers. But they also age their wines in the same cellars in Sanlúcar using traditional methods. Just because they respect tradition doesn't mean they're stuck in the past. They have led many innovations over their 200 year history. Most recently they have started making organic wines. The first of these is Sábalo, named after a fish which swims in the estuaries to spawn, it's emblematic of Barbadillo influenced so much by the Atlantic Ocean and the River Guadalquivir.