Five generations innovating the wine sector.
Our Mission: "We are a team of individuals committed to one single objective: From the soil to the table, we create exceptional wines and distillates, with the aim of encouraging memorable experiences in every corner of the world”.
As a family company, we pass on our values of excellence from one generation to the next, and we have a firm belief in social, environmental and economic sustainability, by combining the tradition we have inherited with the constant innovation to lead the future.
The roots of the Torres family in the Penedès can be traced back to the 17th century. Documents show that even in those days the ancestors of the Torres family were vintners and sold their wines on a small scale.
Miguel A. Torres
President of Bodegas Torres. Upon joining the family business in 1962 he modernized viticulture and winemaking techniques. His concern about climate change and the environment has been recognized internationally.
In 1957 he began his studies at the University of Barcelona (Chemical Sciences), and in 1959 he moved on to the University of Dijon (Burgundy), where he specialised in Oenology and Viticulture.
In 1962, he joined the family business, and currently serves as the President of the company.
He has written several books, the most recognized being "Vineyards and Wines" which was published in 1977 and which is now in its seventh revised and updated edition, available in Spanish and English.
In 1996, he was honoured by the Chilean government with the Grand Official of the Order of Bernardo O’Higgins, in recognition of his services to improve the relations between Spain and Chile, as well as for his contribution to the wine sector development of this south American country.
Miguel Torres Maczassek
Since September 2012, he is General Manager of the Torres Group. As Executive President of Miguel Torres Chile from 2009-2012 he set the future strategy of the winery by committing to sustainability, organic winegrowing and high-end wines. While in Chile, he had to manage the crisis resulting from the 2010 earthquake. Following this event, he decided to give the winery a fair trade focus, making it one of the first privately owned wineries to do so.