Miguel A. Torres, President, Bodegas Torres, joins us to talk about the family’s history in brandy and winegrape production since 1870 in the Penedes region of Spain, south of Barcelona. One of six Mission Statesments includes the following: “To maintain our tradition as a self-financing and independent family firm of international scope.” The company has been enjoying a five percent growth per year since 1940 which includes: 4000 hectares of grapes in Spain divided between Catalunya, Conca de Barbera, Penedes, Priorat, Ribera del Duero and La Rioja; 400 hectares in Valle Central and Valle de Curico in Chile under Miguel Torres label; and 40 hectares in the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast under Marimar Estate California. The company’s philosophy to conserve vineyard natural environments and care for the well-being of staff and society as a whole is evident in every bottle of wine. http://www.torres.es/eng;


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