Toro Loco started as a local project based on
a community of 2000 families
Toro Loco® was born many years ago, in the Utiel Requena territory, 30 000 hectares of which 10 000 hectares make Toro Loco® cultivated and picked mostly by hand by 2000 families.
The “Bobal” grape is the most common in the area and this grape gave us the name of the brand, because “Bobal,” in Old Spanish means “bull head.”
And “Loco” (crazy) is what local people said when a French man, from a family of Bordeaux winemakers, decided to create a wine in a secret region in Spain.
We came here to Utiel Requena, looking for a great but also unknown wine territory. And we made many friends here, and found partners to help us make the wine with the quality we were looking for.
Twenty years later, after a lot of work and shared experiences, the French and Spanish team achieved Toro Loco®, a wine different, with a unique signature, that is so successful all around the world.
In the end, we work as a close family. Obviously, with the pressure that comes with producing Toro Loco, to show the world that we can do something different, delicious with extraordinary value for money.
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There is Toro Loco® for everyone
You want to adopt Toro Loco ?
We are spreading and try to reach all of you ! Check below where we are distributed exclusively to enjoy a nice glass of Toro Loco.
If no retailers in particular is mentioned, write to us ! If you want to distribute Toro Loco, write to us below.
Whole Foods Market, Sam’s
Brookline Wine & Cheese
Burlington Wine & Spirits
Old Burlington Package
Hockessin Liquor, Tri-State
Branman Wine & Spirits
Mega Wholesale, Publix
La Cité du Vin
La Boutique Vallier