It was born out of the interest and concern of a family from Ronda, who was enthusiastic about all kinds of wines: family Morales León. In 2003 they purchased a plot of 4 hectares and they soon decided that they wanted to plant a vineyard. This plot was named “Finca Lunares” and hence the name of the winery.
Ronda had always been a land of vines, until between the late 19th and early 20th centuries the phylloxera arrived from Malaga (one of the first being infected in whole Spain) and destroyed the vast majority of vineyards in Europe.
Moreover, olive-growing became more profitable and the vine was almost totally abandoned. It was not until the eighties that, with the arrival of Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe and Federico Schatz, its cultivation was taken up again. From this moment on, new wineries like ours were born reaching the number of 20 wineries nowadays, becoming to the present day the other economic driver of Ronda.
These twenty wineries, almost all of them small and family-owned, give Ronda an interesting diversity.