Torley reached the production level of two million bottles a year. In the 1930’s, the demand for champagne grew again, but the success was eventually broken by the Second World War, followed by a period full of difficulties and then a rebirth.
Reborn and Revived
The plant had been trying to survive, employing only four people. Production started again in 1951, and Törley became the only champagne factory of the country under the supervision of Unicum Liqueur Factory.
Törley Holding was established in 2005, and thereafter, it merged with Szent István Korona, which was created by the transformation of Hungarovin and György-Villa, acquiring first Walton in 2010 then François winery in 2013. Finally, in 2014 Hungária also merged with Törley, which is still holding its market leading position in Hungary.
Torley Nigeria Launched
Torley introduced the new range of its sparkling wine products (Charmant Doux, Fortuna, Talisman and Charmant Rose) to the Nigerian market, through an exclusive partnership with Bioworld Technologies Limited.