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Artiga Fustel, Spain

Artiga was founded in Spain’s Vilafranca del Penedès in 2002, by an international team of young, but highly-experienced wine professionals, headed by Martí Quer.

The desire to breathe a fresh lease of life into the production and marketing of Spain’s greatest natural resource sees the artiga team assume a New-World approach to consumer-focus and simplicity, in developing high-value, modern Spanish wines.

As a young and relatively small company, artiga benefits from the flexibility to adapt swiftly to ever-changing market requirements and from the fact that our egos will never out-grow our dedication to customer satisfaction and innovation.

As we all know, the plight of our planet and its deteriorating state of health are a direct result of human activity (some may still argue otherwise, but they'd be wrong).

However, despite the fact that most of us are aware of the principal causes and consequences of issues such as climate change, it could be argued that we have a reputation in Europe for being somewhat apathetic in our response. It is only fair to acknowledge the fact that many Europeans lead their lives in an exemplary fashion, but can we all claim to be making significant lifestyle changes for the better?

As a growing company, producing over a million bottles of wine per year, we recognise the fact that over the course of just one year, we are accountable for far more harmful greenhouse gases than any household or field of cows could expect to produce in a whole lifetime.

This is why we take our responsibility extremely seriously and have already taken a series of steps to reduce emissions and minimise our impact on climate change. All these measures are detailed in our artiga environment plan.  If you wish, please request a copy from us or go to our website:  


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