Two intertwined dreams come together in time and space at OcoaBay. Touristic winemaking and wellness real estate, nestled in the Bay of Ocoa in the province of Azua, Dominican Republic.

More than 500 years ago not too far from OcoaBay, Hernán Cortéz arrived on the island of Hispañola and was made governor of the province of Azua. The historical records show that he planted the first grape vines in the New World, which were passed on to Mexico, and were eventually brought to South America by Diego Velásquez.

OcoaBay seeks to reclaim this primacy, reviving the practice of grape vine cultivation and the production of wines in the region of Azua. Inspired by this task, Ocoabay aims to grow fresh ingredients, free of chemicals in a sustainable way.

El terroir de OcoaBay está cimentado en terreno franco-arenoso con orígenes volcánicos; entre las cepas más adaptadas se destacan la French Colombard, cepa blanca; la Moscato de Hamburgo y Tempranillo, cepas tintas. En la actualidad OcoaBay produce vinos frescos tropicales de alta calidad. En reconocimiento a lo autóctono de la Región del Sur, nos embarcamos en la investigación y desarrollo de un producto netamente dominicano, un blend de mango y chinola (fruta de la pasión), KiBay.

En la Casa Club puede disfrutar de nuestros exquisitos vino y tapas locales con un toque internacional, en el mágico entorno de la esplendorosa Bahía de Ocoa. El Tour del Viñedo de OcoaBay es un recorrido por nuestras instalaciones: los viñedos, la bodega, incluyendo la degustación de nuestros vinos, panes artesanales y queso orgánico de cabra, todos productos de la comarca.


Learn about our select variety of grapes adapted to the region.

Our wines in production are recognized as exceptional both by local and international standards.


Moscato Rose

Brilliant rose color with a floral aroma that is both elegant and balanced. Notes of cherry with just a touch of strawberry and honey.

French Colombard

Yellow with soft green tones. Dominated by its smell of sweet fresh fruits such pineapple and guava with citrus notes.


Ruby red in color, cherry and plum notes with a hint of leather and spices.



Born of the fertile volcanic soil in the south of the Dominican Republic, it is a drink that is truly reflective of the generosity of our land. Two dominant fruits converge without each losing its distinct flavor. The famous mango of Bani and the outgoing passion fruit, the two protagonists in the singular experience that awaits curious palates.