Bruma winery is completely built-in into the existing valle landscape. The tasting room and cava are integrated into the rocky surroundings, local or upcycled materials were mainly used for its construction, see traces of recycled wood, steel, rock, and soil. The landscaping is also made up of native vegetation that was relocated.
The signature element, found in the barrel hall is a 300-year-old oak, around which the winery was built. A place to taste, with room for 10 thousand boxes, designed by renowned Mexican architect Alejandro D’Acosta, winery designer extraordinaire.