Primum Familiae Vini – one of the wine world’s most dynamic organisations – is answering the call to the war in Ukraine.
The PFV has donated € 25,000 to the International Committee of the Red Cross for their urgent appeal to assist people affected by the conflict.
On top of their collective donation, each of the twelve wine families of the Primum Familiae Vini will be undertaking their own work in their own countries in support of those affected by the horrible Ukraine crisis.
PFV comprises some of the world’s most highly regarded family-owned wine producers.
Their mission is to represent the highest level of excellence in the world of wine; to be synonymous with both exquisite quality and sustainability; and to blend family heritage and innovation to encourage other family companies to remain independent and focus on quality and positive values.
The twelve members of PFV are Marchesi Antinori (Tuscany), Baron Philippe de Rothschild (Bordeaux), Joseph Drouhin (Burgundy), Domaine Clarence Dillon(Bordeaux), Egon Müller Scharzhof (Mosel), Famille Hugel (Alsace), Pol Roger(Champagne), Famille Perrin (Rhône Valley), Symington Family Estates (Portugal), Tenuta San Guido (Tuscany), Familia Torres (Spain) and Vega Sicilia (Ribera del Duero).