It all began in the late 18th Century in a sunny, quiet town in the south of Cádiz.
In 1772, Thomas Osborne moved from Exeter to El Puerto de Santa María to establish a company that made and exported its own brand of sherry wines.
In the mid-19th century, his descendants decided to branch out from wine manufacturing and started making brandy. In 1955, Osborne finally launched Magno brandy. For seven generations, Osborne has taken care of every detail of its manufacturing process. The secret? Finding the perfect balance between tradition and modern processes; bringing together the right soil, climate and the best selection of grapes with gently aging in American oak casks. The result is Magno: an intense and harmonious drink.