< All Carlos Serres Products

Carlos Serres Carlomagno


The last vintage that Bodegas Carlos Serres bottled its flagship Carlomagno label was in the late 1970s. After more than 40 years in the market, the winery sold the brand as part of a refocus of its winemaking and commercial policies.

If Carlos Serres Gran Reserva exuded power in this Bordelaise style, Carlomagno showed more finesse and elegance, closer to the wines from burgundy.

During a winery inventory, we discovered an unlabeled batch of bottles that had been earmarked as Carlomagno. After years of work, we managed to recover the Carlomagno brand as Bodegas Carlos Serres historic label. Coinciding with the 125th Anniversary of the winery’s foundation, we have relaunched the brand in a special edition of 1896 bottles to match the year the winery first opened.


1970 was a shorter vintage compared to the previous years. The low production was due to scant rainfall and significantly higher temperatures and total rainfall of 354 liters per square meter.

Alcohol: 12.5%

Grape Varieties: 65% Tempranillo, 25% Graciano, 10% Mazuelo