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Primum Familiae Vini

The same business concerns

The decision of an annual gathering


Robert Drouhin and Miguel Torres realized that they not only shared a dedication to excellence and a commitment to traditional winemaking values, but had many similar business concerns.


Their conversation inspired the idea of an annual gathering where a select group of representatives from the world's leading wine families could share their collective talent and knowledge in the pursuit of greater excellence.


The following year their plan came to fruition.


They set up the base of an informal association of family-owned companies which today remains unique in the wine world, and probably also in the wider business world. It transcends geographical borders while maintaining the common business link of vineyard ownership and winemaking.


Today, PFV members continue to exchange experiences of the wine trade, gain insight into future trends and explore solutions to their business challenges.

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1991 The birth of PFV


At the origin of this outstanding association: Robert Drouhin and Miguel Torres



One summer afternoon in 1991, two of the world's most highly reputed wine producers were strolling round a vineyard talking about the intricacies of their craft and the challenges of running a family company.

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