The family business, which has been linked to the village of Corteconcepción in Andalusia since 1818, has dedicated itself to the tradition and savoir-faire of ham production. Translated from Spanish, it bears the following name: the artisanal ham expert Eíriz.
In 1816 Domingo Eíriz moved from Lureiro to Minas de Riotinto in Andalusia. He bought a plot of land in the village of Cala, which is still called "the piece of the Galician". Later, he acquired in Corteconcepción another piece.
At that time he started with the pig and dry meat tradition. He passed on his knowledge to his son, Vicente Ferrer Eíriz Campos, and his grandson, Domingo Eíriz Díaz (mayor of Corteconcepción in 1936). These in turn gave it to the great-grandson, Vicente Ferrer Eíriz Falantes, his wife, María Auxiliadora Martín Santos and her son to this day, 200 years later.
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