How Bodegas Hispano+Suizas began.
Three men, soul brothers, share the same dream having spent half their lives in the world of wine; make vines they wanted to make, starting with vine through to the final label. Between the whims of a strat up winery by someone new to the sector or wine made to meet market trends, there is a third way Marc Grin, Pablo Ossorio and Rafael Navarro wanted to develop a very personal project and gave it the name Bodegas Hispano+Suizas after the origins of the partners.
Independence and Contrasting experience together with the three critical elements for a good product traditional viticulture, innovative winemaking, and experience in exporting. Rafael, Pablo and Marc have been free to create a small masterpiece.
They aimed to make high-quality wines; accessible to the growing number of lovers of good wine requires daily care and attention from the best way of pruning to the components of the final blend, has been very careful and patient during the vintage and knowing the right combination and use of oak barrels. The objective is ambitious: to make masterpieces, distinctive yet accessible to the consumer. From this idea, the wines take their names all having something in common, expressions used in classical music. A good wine, in order not to be out of tune, has to come out of the bottle like a symphony in which each instrument has its place. This is the dream of Bodegas Hispano+Suizas, which is now beginning to take shape.