In the decade of the Nineties, Pinord embarked on a new phase of growth when the company decided to expand beyond its native Penedès and acquired a property in Priorat known as Mas Blanc. Many years and hard work was spent on building vine terraces, planting native grape varieties as well as imported ones and building a brand new model winery which gives priority to quality and recognises the often intangible values of organic agriculture.
Pinord’s portfolio of wines was once again increased, international markets continued to grow and the company entered the 21st century as a global sales group. Currently, Pinord’s products are available in forty five countries over five continents.
They have added Reserva and Gran Reserva aged wines, still wines, monovarietal wines, cavas and their own privately owned wineries in Priorat and Ribera del Duero to the original Pearl wines made in the 1940s. To these, they have also added their own labels with their own vineyards within the wine appellations of La Rioja, Rías Baixas, Terra Alta, Rueda and Navarra.
Increased consumer demand and important accolades and prizes and high points in the last few decades are testimony to the quality of Pinord’s wines around the world.
Recently and, coinciding with the family’s youngest generation joining the winery, the same philosophy has been taken further still: by applying Biodynamic techniques, Mas Blanc has become the first vineyard officially recognised by Demeter in the whole of Spain. Similarly the reconversion of our vineyards in Penedès to organic vineyards have led to the launch of a new collection called Diorama Pinord – six monovarietal organic wines which offer a complete overview of the most representative aromas of each grape variety.
Pinord’s history can be summed up in a few words: family tradition, pioneering and innovative spirit, love of the land and a passion for good wine.
—Pinord’s products are available in 45 countries—