The Corsinis are a wealthy, long-established family, known for the prize fighting bulls they breed on their farms in southern Spain. They are also well known for their partridge shooting operation. Seems they are one of the country's largest partridge shooting organizers, with 250 days of scheduled bird shooting a year in addition to big game hunts. Navasqüés says they have been low-key in their marketing of big game hunts, depending in large part on word of mouth and focusing on the European market, where the Corsini name is better recognized.
What makes them great, according to Navasqüés, is a concentration on three things: high quality, specialized service and personalized attention. Navasqüés says the Corsini family regularly hosts royalty, heads of state, ambassadors and other dignitaries, as well as Fortune 500 types. All are the kind of client who will provide personal recommendations to friends of the same social strata but who can't be placed on a list of referrals that anyone can contact. Imagine trying to call a US senator's office or an ambassador just to chat about hunting.
The Corsinis own more than 40,000 hectares in Spain, about 100,000 acres in total. The holdings are split among five family ranches comprised of 3,000 to 18,000 hectares (7,000 to 44,500 acres). Add to that thousands of hectares of leased properties. Some of these are old holdings that are now surrounded by national ibex preserves. These property owners receive a number of ibex permits every year. Some of the properties are fenced, although not necessarily game proof. The family also has exclusive access to numerous other estates throughout the country due to their personal and........(continued)