Miguel Torres

Food & Drinks

According to a ranking conducted by the British magazine Drinks International,
Familia Torres is considered the ‘most admired wine brand in the world’ by professionals in the sector.

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  • Franchise
  • Joint Venture
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  • Online
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Officers:

Presidente MIGUEL A.TORRES RIERA
Director General MIGUEL TORRES MACZASSEK

BRANDS WITH OPERATING:

Name Original Acquired
Altos Ibéricos Parcelas de Graciano
Altos Ibéricos Reserva
Atrium
Bellaterra
Camino de Magarín
Celeste Crianza
Celeste Reserva
De Casta
Fransola
Gran Coronas
Gran Sangre de Toro
Gran Viña Sol
Grans Muralles
Jaime I
Las Pisadas
Magdala
Mas Borràs
Mas La Plana
Milmanda
Natureo
Pazo das Bruxas
Perpetual
Purgatori
Reserva Real
Salmos
Sangre de Toro
Secret del Priorat
Sons de Prades
Torres 10
Torres 15
Torres 5
Verdeo
Viña Esmeralda
Viña Esmeralda Rosé
Viña Sol
Waltraud

Datos generales*:

Sales turnover 266 millions
Exports from Spain 126 millions
Total Employees: 1,300
Number of employees in foreign countries: 550

*In economic data, last exercise available

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What is Familia Torres?

Since its founding in 1870, Familia Torres has combined tradition and innovation with the aim of making premium wine and brandy, always with the utmost respect for the environment. Familia Torres’s roots in Penedès, near Barcelona, go back more than three centuries, and it has historically had wineries and vineyards in Penedès, Conca de Barberà, Priorat and Costers del Segre.

The commitment to protect the land and environment, the pursuit of excellence, and a passion for wine culture have been passed down from generation to generation. Fourth generation family member Miguel A. Torres pioneered the planting of Cabernet Sauvignon in Spain, creating Mas La Plana in 1970. For the fifth generation, the focus is on making wines from unique vineyards and recovering ancestral varieties in Catalonia, as well as in other parts of Spain and Chile. Not only is this project reviving the winegrowing heritage of these regions, but in light of climate change, it may also provide future solutions.

Familia Torres is also present in Chile, California, and other iconic Spanish regions with its singular wines and vineyards. Torres is a member of Primum Familiae Vini, an association of 12 wine families who are among the most prestigious wine producers of their regions.