A business where tradition meets innovation
Bodegas Campos opened its doors back in 1908 dedicated fully to wine ageing, specifically from Montilla and Moriles. Today, after an arduous journey, Bodegas Campos is a gastronomic and cultural reference in Córdoba, characterised by its protection towards the popular traditions.
Just a short walk away from the Cathedral, nestled in the borough of La Axerquía, an industrious area in the Arab period -mainly working in silver and leather- was the primary commercial area of the city in the Nineteenth Century and is today a World Heritage Site.
Inside its walls, open to the public since 1964, we can find an interesting collection of historical houses and patios cordobeses from various periods, preserved with affection and simplicity – the symbol of the House.
We are home to an extensive collection of vintage posters about our Ferias and Bullfighting festivities, and also to the exclusive oak barrels signed for the illustrious guests, both national and international, who have been with us over the years: The Royal Family of Spain, Chiefs of state, flamenco artists, writers, bullfighters and artists.
The wine ageing cellar Montilla- Moriles: Bodegas Campos, joined this sector and expanded the use of their warehouses and dependencies to the celebration of events both private and business related.
Bodegas Campos Tavern and Restaurant was born from the aim for innovation within the traditional gastronomy and focused on providing an excellent service.
Proud to manage Córdoba School of Hospitality, we have our own Logistic Center located in El Polígono de las Quemadas since 2005.
The Bodegas Campos Foundation was established to encourage and spread culture, gastronomy and popular traditions. We are honoured to be represented by the Rector of the Universidad de Córdoba and the Chairmen of the main Foundations in our city, mentioned in the press as “Foundation of Foundations”, and to have had the Duchess of Alba as Honorary President.
Torre de la Barca
The cottage Torre de la Barca was built next to the Guadalquivir river, in the countryside of Córdoba. The breathtaking views inspired us to cross the river and recover that piece of cultural and countryside legacy lost over the past years.
The Cátedra of Gastronomy of Andalucia is the sponsor of the Master’s Degree in Hospitality Management, a proper degree with unofficial character organised by the University of Córdoba and supported by well-known companies from the Agro-food sector in our city.
Duquesa de Alba
S.M Rey Felipe VI