A legacy built through the efforts of five generations
Three months before the end of the Civil War in Spain, the winery was partially destroyed by aerial bombardment of the railway station.
Miguel Torres Carbó orders to rebuild the winery. In a telegram that he sent from Havana in December of that year, he says: “Resolved continuity of service for our wines. First major guaranteed order. Activate warehouse reconstruction work ”. With this, the sale of bottled wine also begins and Coronas is marketed for the first time.