Pinord

Pinord

Bodegas Pinord

Bodegas Pinord has over a hundred years of winemaking experience in the Penedès region of North-eastern Spain to its name. They make wines and cavas (sparkling wines), using traditional methods, inherited from their ancestors. Today, the use of state-of-the-art technology, together with an exceptional team of hard-working professionals helps to make their wines and cavas famous around the world. In the last few years, Bodegas Pinord has extended its range of products and has started to make wines in other wine appellations within Spain. These new wines are all made using organic farming methods. Generation after generation, the Tetas family's philosophy can be summed up in the following words: Family tradition, a pioneering and innovative spirit, love for the land and a passion for great wines.

Pinord Winery 

Bodegas Pinord is a family firm with a wine-making tradition that goes back many years. Today, two generations are working side by side with the aid of a magnificent workforce helping to make and age our wines and cavas (Champagne method sparkling wine). In addition, there are some fifty people selling and distributing Pinord's products. The winery, which is still to this day in its original location, next to the Vilafranca del Penedès train station, soon stood out for the quality of its bulk wines, which were sent around Spain. The winery actually had its own pipeline which went under the rails to fill up the tanks in the waiting trains. Little by little, from 1942, the first wines started to gain fame and prestige and year after year, generation after generation, the family vineyards have grown. The native grape varieties have developed and the family name has become intrinsically linked to Penedès wines. Currently, Pinord owns a winery which is capable of making more than five million bottles a year all carrying the family's seal of approval.

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