Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, where our company is based is first of all about sparkling wines. But the region offers much more from still wines (wines without bubbles) through craft beers to exciting spirits. If you are not a bubbly addict, no problem, we can mix things up.
– Please, note that the wineries below are featured to give inspiration. Your sparkling tour can include one of these, or all, or others mentioned under other sparkling tours, or any winery to your liking.
– Winery visits are somewhere between 20 and 70 euros.
– We are happy to organize an airport-sparklingheaven-airport tour (so you can relax and enjoy, we take care of hotel, transfer, meals and programmes), but if you prefer more freedom, we will give you exactly what you need.
– Our team is small, hence in case of a 2-5 day tour prior booking is highly advised. For a one day programme we are quite likely to help you even if it is short notice.
– Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will quickly draft your tailor made sparkling tour.
Miguel A. Torres is the most famous Spanish winemaker, he is like Marchese Piero Antinori from Tuscany or Robert Mondavi from California. His wines are wellknown all over the world, what is more, he is a devoted environmentalist who happens to speak at least five languages including Japanese. A visit and a lunch at the centre of the empire is a must.
Craft beer movement has gained new emphetus all over the world, and certainly Catalonia can present cool craft beers as well. BeerCat is a brewery in Vilafranca del Penedés (in the capital of the wine region) where guests can taste 7 beers from the tap plus many more bottled beers. The beer bar offers a great selection of hamburgers to go with the intense, elaborate beers.
Gin, vermouth and much more
The pavements of Barcelona have a distinct motif – and this very same motif appears on the labels of BCN Gin. “Distilled in Priorat, enjoyed in Barcelona. The elixir of Priorat grapes and the mediterranean purity of its botanicals, combined for a toast to the unique intensity of Barcelona nights.” Vermouth is also a favourite of the locals – they even named a meal after it. While the English have tea, the Catalans have vermouth…