Wine Entrepreneurs in Nineteenth-Century Cádiz: Pedro Lacave Miramont
María Vázquez-Fariñas ()
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María Vázquez-Fariñas: University of Jaén
Chapter Chapter 6 in Companies and Entrepreneurs in the History of Spain, 2021, pp 83-100 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract The city of Cádiz played an important role in the wine trade throughout the nineteenth century, not only because of the importance of its port, but also because there were many businessmen who decided to settle in the city to develop their commercial activity in a sector which became increasingly important. This chapter intends to highlight this circumstance, and for this it focuses on the businesses developed by the Lacave family. More specifically, it tells the story of Pedro Lacave Miramont and the commercial activity of his company, Lacave & Echecopar, which managed to position itself as one of the most relevant wine companies of its time in the international markets.
Keywords: Businessman; Wine; Lacave family; Cádiz; Nineteenth century (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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