Merino sheep are original from Spain, that built a fine wool monopoly during the 12th to 16th centuries. The export of this precious sheep was punishable by death until the 18th, when it became a king gift for friend countries.
Among the spanish Merino, one is renown to be the cleanest and finest. The one from Grazalema, the rainiest village in the country. Here, after 300 years of textile tradition one wool mill still crafts the original Merino wool.
This video has been made with minimum economic resources but great human help.
From here I would like to thanks all the people who was involve in anyway to make it happen, but specially to Nacho Guijarro who shared with me this days.