Generation after generation continued to preserve the good work of wine, acquiring, over time, fame among the many muleteers who stopped at this house located on the road from Velez - Malaga, a place that soon became known as the wineries "that take away our sorrows.
His son, José Suárez Villalba, years later, after having inherited the family business, moved the restaurant and wine cellar to 42 Málaga Street, currently known as Juan Sebastián Elcano Avenue, where he installed the grape press and the barrel room.
The first wines produced in that place were the "Moscatel Extra, or Quitapenas", the "Montes" and the "Málaga Lágrima" accompanying the delicious rabbit with rice, giving fame throughout the province to this centenary house in its early years.
In 1940 his sons Francisco, José and Maximino Suárez Tijeras took over the reins of the company, starting the wine bottling and the liquor and liquor factory; opening numerous taverns all over Malaga, driven by the tourist boom of the following years.
All this development forced the expansion of the production, storage and aging capacity of wines. And it was also at this time that Bodegas Quitapenas became a member of the Regulating Council of the Malaga Denomination of Origin.