On 22 June, Osborne’s Bodega Cinco Jotas (Jabugo) and Bodega de Mora (El Puerto de Santa María) will reopen to the public, with the strictest health and safety measures in place.


At Bodega Cinco Jotas, we offer personalised tours of our curing cellars in small groups with an expert. Get ready to be immersed in the exciting world of 100% Iberian accord-fed ham. You’ll get to discover the old drying courtyard, as well as find out about the history of Cinco Jotas, which dates back to 1879, the artisans who have made it what it is today, and the century-old bodegas where our Iberian meat is hung and naturally cured. To complete the experience, at the end of the tour you’ll be given the chance to sample the very best Pata Negra ham and see a brief carving demonstration by our Master Carver.


Great ways to carry on exploring the world of Cinco Jotas include going for a stroll around the dehesa, a stunning natural ecosystem where our Iberian pigs roam freely feeding on acorns, going on a mushroom trail or taking part in a carving workshop given by a Cinco Jotas Master Carver, to name but a few examples.


A tour of Bodega de Mora, in El Puerto de Santa María, will take you on a journey into the wonderful world of sherry, one of the crown jewels of Spanish wine. You’ll visit the bodegas of the oldest producer in the Sherry Triangle, and be transported back in time thanks to our many VORS and rare sherries, some of the casks used for these dating back to 1790. The bodega is also home to a museum dedicated to the Toro de Osborne, an advertising icon which was created more than 60 years ago.


At the end of the tour, you’ll have a chance to sample a selection of the sherries we have been producing for almost 250 years.


Throughout the experience, a number of safety measures will be followed to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time with us. As a small token of our appreciation for healthcare workers, the real heroes of this pandemic, we will be offering them (plus one guest) free entry to all our bodegas until 30 September.


Osborne’s Bodega de Montecillo, in La Rioja, will also reopen its doors to the public on 22 June.


For more information, go to: https://www.osborne.es/bodegas-y-enoturismo