Santa Cecilia, located at 74 Calle Blasco de Garay in the Moncloa district, is already a Madrid institution. The wine and liquor shop we know today was opened in 1968 by Pedro Santa Cecilia Berlinches, continuing the business founded by his father in 1922.
Today, Bodega Santa Cecilia is much more than just a place where you can find the widest, best-stocked range of wines and other alcoholic beverages imaginable. It has become a place where you can feel and live wine. The winery now hosts events, tastings, courses and wine-making conferences; in short, it is a place of worship for wine connoisseurs in Madrid.
Bodega Santa Cecilia is growing: both physically, with shops opening on Bravo Murillo, Núñez de Balboa and Pozuelo’s Avenida Europa, and digitally, with its online wine and beverage shop.
Bodega Santa Cecilia: Calle Blasco de Baray 74, Bravo Murillo 50, Nuñez de Balboa 103, Madrid; Avenida de Europa 13, Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid).