In the 70s, now with its own headquarters, labouring for the first time, approximately half a million kilos of grapes from its cooperative grape producers. Without resources for state supports, the cooperatives were the ones to give origin to all the invested capital. In the 90s, a modernisation and investment process was initiated, both at the level of the facilities, and at the level of laboratory equipment and quality control of wines. A vinification and wine stabilisation centre was built, along with an own bottling line. In the early 2000s, the Winery began to develop its wine tourism identity.