WINESKIN. noun. A bag that is made from the skin of an animal (such as a goat) and that is used for holding wine.
Merriam-Webster (1821)

“…¡Oh bota que vas colgando del arzón de la silla, por si o por no, eres tan devota mía y te quiero tanto que te prodigo mil besos y mil abrazos, te elevo a las nubes con miedo que recojas el agua!…”.
El Quijote, Miguel de Cervantes

"I went down the street looking for the shop that made leather winebottles. Then I asked a man and he took me by the arm and led me to it. Inside it smelled of fresh tanned leather and hot tar. A man was stencilling completed wine-skins. They hung from the roof in bunches…"
The sun also rises, Ernest Hemingway

The beginnings of the company can be traced back to the last third of the XIX century, more precisely in 1873, when Gregorio Pérez left Almudévar (Huesca) to settle in the city of Pamplona. Pérez was immediately called on by Eusebio Iglesias to enter in partnership and manufacture the wineskins which where destined to bring them international fame.

Pérez changed the company name to LAS TRES Z.Z.Z. (The Three Z’s: after the Spanish word "zagalas": Eng: "lasses") on the birth of his female triplets (an extraordinary phenomenon at the time) on the 1st of February 1916.

"Las Tres Z.Z.Z." has always been the wineskin top maker in the world. The finest materials, the extra care in the handmaking and the strict quality controls make each wineskin a unique item, for more than a century our wineskins have been widely renown.

Wine is arguably the most common beverage in the world, drinking it from a wineskin connects us with friends, with those sunny afternoons in the countryside, with our young selves visiting the local fair. The wineskin reminds us that more important than the drink itself is sharing moments. To talk about the wineskin is to dig deep in our traditions and in our shared history.

Las Tres Z.Z.Z. - Classic wineskin - Authentic goatskin. Handmade plant based tanning. Triple seams. Bakelite hermetic top nozzle with clasp.