For Soberbia cream we have selected the finest red Grenache (Garnacha tinta) grapes from prestigious vineyards in the province of Tarragona, Spain


Antiacne, Anti-ageing, Anti-stain, Antioxidant, Collagen generation, Cleaning, Sebo-regulator

Wine was made from wild grapes before mankind learned how to cultivate them.

The countries with the largest areas dedicated to vineyards are Spain, France, Italy, Turkey, Romania, Iran, Argentina, Chile and England.

Esmirna, corinto, sultana and malaga grape varieties are left in the sun to dry and become delicious raisins.

Although there are more than five thousand grape varieties, less than forty have gained prestige among winemakers.

Grapes are mainly categorized into two groups: wine grapes and table grapes, although some varieties are multi-use.

France has the greatest consumption of wine per person, approximately 50 liters per year.

Grapes are used for facial and body treatments, as they deeply moisturize, tone, and reinvigorate the skin, helping it stay smooth and soft.

Grapes are rich in antioxidants, helping beauty products containing them to contribute to the reduction of wrinkles.

Grapes are mainly used in wine production (70%).

Grape juice isn’t just delicious, it is widely used in health therapy.

It was the only thing that Mahatma Gandhi consumed during his long fasts.

The most expensive bottle of wine ever sold was a bottle of Châteaux Lafite-Rothschild 1869 auctioned in Hong Kong for $232,692 USD.

The largest bottle of wine in the world is in China. It is 4.5 meters tall and holds more than 1,800 liters of wine.

A bottle of Chateau Margaux 1787 made money without being sold. Its list price was $500,000 USD but when it was knocked over accidentally by a waiter at a dinner, the insurance company paid out $225,000.

Approximately one kilo of grapes is used to make a 75cl bottle of wine.

The flavor of grapes is influenced by the area and type of soil in which they are grown.

Annual global grape production reaches more than 72 million tons.

In the 14th century, grape phylloxera (sapsucking aphids) wiped out vineyards across Europe, leading to the disappearance of many ancient grape varieties.