La Tordera recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. The journey of these 100 years and counting has been an amazing one and story worth listening to.
La Tordera is set on finding a more concrete way of making a more healthier and more drinkable wine
La Tordera Celebrates 100 Years of Growth
In 1918, the great grandfather sowed the seeds to business when he sowed seeds on the hills of Tordera. And since then, there has been no turning back. A family business carried forward with passion, La Tordera has only grown since its start.
The Winery That Strives to Make Things Better
La Tordera aims to use and keep finding ‘greener’ methods so that they can make a more healthier and a more drinkable wine. And their effort towards this goal can be seen in all their procedures from their vineyards which they personally cultivate to their quality control to ensure rich grapes to harvesting being done only by hand. Achieving the Casaclima certification has only made them more driven towards their end goal. It is a certification created with the goal of guaranteeing the sustainability of buildings to wine production.
Assurance of the Best at Their Territory
Everything is looked over by the family. Their vineyards span over 27 places with grapes like Glera, Verido, Bianchetta, Perera, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Merlot and Incrocio Manzoni supported by the perfect weather conditions. The finest grapes are chosen for vinification and bottling. So, one can be assured of quality.