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Colección Verano 2022 Gold

Gold case

Three exclusive wines to add to your collection, made from the most select vineyards and aged in the most exceptional corners of our wine cellars. A wonderful opportunity to delight in the most characteristic Familia Torres flagship wines.

€125.00 Trimestral

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Marimar Estate Albariño

Marimar Estate Albariño

Russian River Valley. California

Albariño has been known to produce outstanding wines in the cool, rainy climate of Galicia, in Northwest Spain. We first planted it in our Sonoma Coast vineyard, but that proved too cold for ripening even a cool-climate variety like this. After four years, we gave up and grafted the budwood from those vines onto our slightly warmer Russian River Valley estate.

Milmanda

Milmanda

DO Conca de Barberà

1.000 years of history. Milmanda was part of a route of medieval castles that sheltered Christians during the period of the Reconquista. The 12th century brought peace to the region and with it the return of winegrowing. In the vineyards around the castle, the Torres family now grows Chardonnay to produce this exclusive wine.

Purgatori Magnum

Purgatori Magnum

DO Costers del Segre

In 1770 the monks of the Abbey of Montserrat settled in the els Desterrats property as penance. The area was renowned for its harsh climate and tough conditions. Their work: To cultivate the land to provide food for the diocese. Their legacy: The discovery of a new terroir and a fine wine. The legend: Large barrels mysteriously disappeared.
Some said that they were taken up to heaven by the angels.