The Ramos-Paul winery has established itself as the best red wine in Andalusia, not only because of the quality of its wine--which is most valued by the American critic Robert Parker--but also for having managed to place it in sixteen countries, where there is talk of Ramos-Paul as the best known winery from southern Spain in the production of quality red wine.
In 1999, the marriage of Paul Ramos Ruano Nane and Pilar Martínez-Laffitte Mejias set the stage to pursue this project and build this winery located between the Grazalema and Sierra de las Nieves mountain ranges, just below Old and Roman Ronda known as Acinipo, which means "land of vineyards."The natural paradise that protects this winery keeps its secret of an ideal microclimate in a remote place with a reminiscences of old Andalusia, where it seems that time has stopped and echoes of old bandits can be heard in the wind.
The Ramos-Paul 2005 is a complex and elegant wine with a personality inherited from its vineyards located no more than 25 km (16 miles) from the Strait of Gibraltar and a thousand meters high, with the influence of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The features that give it its four varieties (Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot) and the environment in which they are located have been transforming the Ramos-Paul wine into the figurehead of what many are now referring to as the new Spanish "Napa Valley."