In March 2006, at 89 years old and with a measuring tape in his hand, Eugenio Reveron Sierra discussed with Diego, his son and who he called the boy, the peculiarities of an exciting project that at the same time scared him, the expansion of his ancient wine cellar, where from 1947 he had produced his cask wine and in which he had already begun to prepare two new wines, one white and one semi-dry red wine, bottled under the Finca Reverón brand under the auspices of the D.O. Abona. And it is that “he did not like things being done any old how, because you have to know how to work on a project and take care of it because if not, it is no good”
EUGENIO REVERON SIERRA, (17-11-1916 · 17-08-2010) was dedicated to vineyards from 1946, among other things. “I bought grapes and I began to make wine, although everything was more complicated than now, all the wine we made we sold, but we had to take it in demijohns, by hand, because there was no asphalted roads”
It was Diego Reverón, Eugenio’s son, who managed to convince “the old wine-maker” to recover the family land and convert it into vineyards to produce quality grapes, providing the winery with new technologies, creating leisure and recreation areas focused on visitors with walks among the vines, a shop with products made on the farm, animals that provided natural plant fertilizer, organic crops, guided visits through the cellar… this new project that frightened Eugenio, but that today and daily becomes reality, always with new ideas and a lot of effort.