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Luis Felipe Brandy is made since 1893, from barrels reserved for the Duke of Montpensier, son of King Luis Felipe I of France.

Bodegas Rubio

The legend of LUIS FELIPE begins in 1893, with the discovery in a winery in La Palma del Condado, of some oak barrels that contained an aged brandy different from anything known until then. The barrels were marked with the mention: Luis Felipe, since they had been reserved for the Duke of Montpensier, son of the King of France Luis Felipe I, who had resided in the Palace of San Telmo, until 1890. Luis Felipe, has been aged for more than a century, through the traditional process of "soleras" and "criaderas" in American oak casks, arranged in "cachones", one on top of the other.

The oldest distillate is located in the boots that are closest to the ground, which is why they are called “soleras”, from which the quantities are extracted for bottling, without actually emptying them completely. The content is replenished with younger distillate, from the higher-level boots, called “criaderas,” in which they have remained for years. Luis Felipe was born in Andalusia, surrounded by natural landscapes, the Guadalquivir marshes, the beaches of the Costa de la Luz and the Sierra de Huelva. Bodegas Rubio, is based in La Palma del Condado, a region that has an exceptional tradition in the production and trade of wine and spirits. La Palma del Condado, has a rich cultural and architectural heritage, highlighting the stately houses, Mudejar hermitages, Baroque churches and squares with beautiful and characteristic palm trees.

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