J. Garcia Carrion
J. Garcia Carrion
Spain’s largest high quality wine producer, with sales volume ranked no.1 and no.6 in Spain and worldwide respectively.
J. Garcia Carrion (JGC) was founded in 1890, and its initial developments focused in Jumilla, southeastern Spain. With over a century of wine-making heritage, JGC occupies a preeminent position in the history of Spanish wines. It is currently the sixth largest wine producer in the world and the largest in Spain. Despite its impressive track record, JGC still constantly invests in the latest wine-making technologies and equipment.
The innovativeness of JGC has always kept it at the forefront of the Spanish wine industry. In response to diverse consumer needs, JGC now owns numerous production facilities in areas such as Jumilla, Rioja, La Mancha, Rueda, Cava, Vaidepenas, Ribera del Duero, Penedes and Cataluna.
In addition to constantly launching new wines to cater for the appetites of wine enthusiasts, JGC also manages processes such as grape cultivation, wine-making and aging in-house in order to pursue perfect quality. As a result, JGC is the only firm in the Spanish market to own a fruit raw materials company, and it is also the largest wine and fruit juice producer in the country.
JGC’s insistence in the absolute quality of wine has been passed down for four generations. Its successful corporate image is founded on the basis of control over the wine’s quality and quantity as well as its emphasis on customer service and the professionalism of the team. Faced with global market competition, the current owner of JGC, José García-Carrión Jordán has also carried forth the honor of Spain’s no. 1 brand and shares a sense of mission toward the family’s traditional heritage. In the 21st century, it is believed that JGC will start a brand new chapter in the global wine-making history.