Catalonia to California

Marimar Torres cultivates her own wine legacy in Sonoma
Catalonia to California
Marimar Torres’ California wine legacy will be carried on by her daughter, Cristina (right), who, like her mother, has earned university degrees and gained business experience in the wine industry. (Alanna Hale)
From the Mar 31, 2019, issue

Vintner Marimar Torres grew up in one of Spain's top winemaking families but moved to Sonoma to create her own brand.

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