Bodegas Luzon takes its name from founder Don Jose de Molina who was a commander in the Royal Armies stationed in the Philippines in the 1800s. He named the property in honour of the island where he spent many years, and which always remained in his memory. In 2004 The Bodegas was acquired by the Fuertes family who have adapted the business to commit to more modern principles, starting with their sustainable responsibility. This started in the vineyards and water waste management, moving to organic viticulture and dry farming. Now with a total of 415 hectares Luzon are devoted to maintaining the quality and traditions of this DOP, whilst moving towards a greener future.