At 895 metres altitude you can almost touch the stars and shape the clouds. The dusk air is intense with fragrance. And the sun lights up the land in all its splendour. Here, at a height of 895 metres, Celeste is born, the Torres familys first Ribera del Duero.
In this small (29 ha.) vineyard only the most select Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are grown. These are used to make strictly limited quantities of Torres most prestigious red wine, now known to connoisseurs all over the world. In the Paris Wine Olympiad, the 1970 vintage triumphed over some of the most famous wines in the world, including some of the best from Bordeaux. This success has been repeated on several other occasions, with Gran Coronas Mas La Plana notching up numerous other international awards
A surname linked to the wine world for more than three centuries
Ever since its origins in 1870, Familia Torres has combined tradition and innovation to become benchmark winery in the quality wine and brandies sector. Ever since its origins in 1870, Familia Torres has combined tradition and innovation to become benchmark winery in the quality wine and brandies sector.