Innovation: the culture of knowledge
In striving to make an impact in the production of quality wines by emphasizing the importance of origin and exceptional vineyards, the fifth generation reaffirms the commitment to innovation that has always defined Familia Torres. They do so by systematically implementing new practices in the winery's production process, developing a variety of research projects, and fomenting a culture based on knowledge across all areas.
Late-harvest Vendange Tardive & Selection de Grains Nobles
The HUGEL family pioneered the resurrection of Alsace late-harvest wines, Vendange Tardive and Sélection de Grains Nobles, and drafted the very strict law which now governs the production of these rare wines.
The Perrin family gained recognition as a pioneer of an innovative approach to organic farming as early as 1950 and then of biodynamics as of 1974 at Château de Beaucastel.
Symington Family Estates
Leading Viticultural Research
The Symington family is firmly committed to innovation, and over the last decade has conducted very substantial research in the field of viticulture.
Tradition & innovation
The conservation and improvement of the cultural, technical, and productive patrimony of the Marchesi Antinori company, a patrimony which has been left to us by our forebears, are part of the value system inherited from our family's traditions.
The biodynamic approach
The Drouhin family is constantly searching for new ways to limit the imprint of man on nature, while maintaining a delicate balance between the two, and this has an impact on the quality of the wines.
Winemaking - Recent innovations
With the almost obsessive and constant aim to continue researching all the different elements which might allow their wines to be improved even more, Vega Sicilia took a further step in 2009 and carried out its greatest renovations to date.