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Interview with Miguel Torres

Seriously, we promise that this will be our LAST interview from the II International Conference on Climate and Wine. We realize that we may have exhausted your attention span with this, but we had to at least give you the opportunity to hear our recently edited video clip with Miguel Torres chatting about what Bodegas Torres is doing to be a more sustainable winery. We hope you enjoy the clip!

  • AllAboutAlavesa

    He is definitely someone to look to in the wine world who is already implementing ideas and techniques that everyone will eventually need to use. I think we need more rolemodels such as him to help promote sustainability within bodegas the world over. Bravo Sr. Torres!

  • http://www.prgrisley.com AllAboutAlavesa

    He is definitely someone to look to in the wine world who is already implementing ideas and techniques that everyone will eventually need to use. I think we need more rolemodels such as him to help promote sustainability within bodegas the world over. Bravo Sr. Torres!

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  • Patsy Francisco

    I was in Spain and Portugal last Novenber. We visited your winery. Bought your port. We loved it. Where can we buy it near Boston, Massachusetts area. Please let me known. @ Acura1234567@aol.com

  • ryanopaz

    Patsy, three things, one: We are not a winery, Two: Torres does not make port wine. three: If you want to find where to buy a wine I would use snooth.comcheers,

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