Félix Solís Avantis celebrates its 70th anniversary by winning the award for “Best Spanish Producer” at the AWC Vienna 2022
Félix Solís Avantis has been distinguished in the AWC Vienna 2022 contest, with the title of “Best Spanish Producer”. In addition to this award, the company has also been awarded thirty-eight medals for its wines, fourteen of them gold and twenty-four silver.
These good results represent a new success, even more so in this year in which it celebrates its 70th anniversary. After these seven decades of history, the company continues to maintain the values of tradition, modernity and innovation, with the aim of continuing to produce high-quality wines that are accessible to all audiences.
It should be noted that this is the fourth time that Félix Solís Avantis has received this recognition after having achieved it three years in a row and having obtained it previously in 2017. These medals are added to almost 300 awards obtained in different national and international competitions during 2022.
A strategy of innovation
From Félix Solís Avantis there is a clear commitment to innovation incorporating the latest technological advances. The company is currently in the final phase of construction of its new barrel ageing cellar. With space to hold up to 130,000 barrels, it is the first fully automated wine cellar in the world and has involved an investment of more than 70 million euros.
Presence in 115 countries
This recognition once again underlines the excellent international image for a company that has growth and exports as two of the fundamental pillars of its business. It was already a pioneer with its arrival in China in 1999 and since then it has been expanding throughout the world through its network of international subsidiaries. It currently has a presence in more than 115 countries.
A sustainable and responsible business with environmental management
The company is committed to reducing its environmental impact through the use of renewable energies, the reduction of emissions and the use of recycled materials. In addition, the new cellar is completely sustainable thanks to its network of solar panels installed on its roof and which guarantee the self-sustainability of the entire installation.