- Agrovin has a presence in over 20 countries including Italy, France, Portugal, Romania and the US
- MCH’s investment is aimed to support the company’s growth plan as it looks to develop its international presence
- Wine exports are set to increase by 40%, reaching €4.3 billion by 2027, according to KPMG Spain
MCH Private Equity announced on Tuesday that it has made an investment in Spanish Grupo Agrovin.
Agrovin is a Spanish producer and distributor of natural ingredients, systems and technology for the oenological sector. The group, headquartered in Alcázar de San Juan, has a presence in over 20 countries including Italy, France, Portugal, Romania and the US. The investment from MCH aims to back the group’s international expansion.
According to a paper prepared in July by KPMG for the Spanish Wine Interprofessional Organisation (OIVE), Spanish wine exports are expected to increase by 40 percent, reaching €4.3 billion by 2027.
MCH is a private equity firm that was founded in 1998. It is headquartered in Madrid and manages more than €1.2 billion across different funds.