A legacy built through the efforts of five generations

1907

1907

On February 7, 1907, Juan Torres Casals, son of Miguel Torres Vendrell, registered the trademark Coronas. He had assumed the company's management from his father a year earlier, who had been in charge after D. Jaime's death in 1904.  

Product launches

1928

1928

Juan Torres begins wine distillation and brandy ageing.

Product launches
Wine-making innovations

1942

1942

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.

Historical background
Product launches

1954

1954

Sangre de Toro” was placed on the market.

Product launches

1963

1963

Upon finishing his enology studies in Dijon (France), Miguel A. Torres, son of Miguel Torres Carbó and Margarita Riera, assumed the technical direction of the winery. Introduces the innovative cold fermentation technique and creates the first Viña Sol (registered trademark in 1947).

Product launches
Wine-making innovations

1991

1991

The marketing of the first wine made by Marimar in California begins, 100% chardonnay from the 1989 vintage.

Product launches

2005

2005

The launch of the new red wine “Celeste”, the first red wine produced by Torres in the DO Ribera del Duero.

Product launches

2007

2007

The launch of the wine “Salmos”, the first Torres wine produced in the DO Priorat.

Growth / Expansion
Product launches

2009

2009

Bodegas Torres expands into the DO Rioja. The first Torres red wine produced in that area entered the market: Altos Ibéricos

Growth / Expansion
Historical Events at the Winery
Product launches

2011

2011

The launch of Verdeo, produced in the DO Rueda.

Growth / Expansion
Product launches