“What is the secret of good wine? There isn´t one. The land and the vines give us their best, while we contribute all of our skills of refinement, along with experience and ingenuity.” - José Ferrer Sala, son of the founders of Freixenet and Honorary President. Over 100 years ago, in the small Catalan town of Sant Sadurní d´Anoia the Sala family began making and exporting quality wines. At the beginning of the 20th century Dolores Sala married Pedro Ferrer Bosch, and that union was the beginning of a successful enterprise. Shortly there after, Freixenet, which was Pedro Ferrer´s nickname as the youngest son of the owners of “La Freixeneda” wine-growing estate, began to export sparkling wine, later to be denominated cava The couple formed an unrivalled team: Dolores, ahead of her time in detailed winemaking knowledge; and Pedro, a bright and lively entrepreneur. Together they succeeded in gaining popularity and a reputation for their sparkling wines. Today Freixenet is run by Pedro and Dolores´ children and grandchildren, and the company continues to keep its family character and focus on high quality despite the huge growth the company has experienced from its humble beginnings in Sant Sadurní to becoming the Number 1 Sparkling Wine in the World.
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Freixenet was founded in 1914 and is headquartered in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, ES
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