In Catalonia, more than 180 food and wine events are held each year. If you don’t know which one to choose, here are some of the most outstanding events.

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In Catalonia, everything tells you the story of wine. The oldest sites. Medieval monasteries. The Templars. Modernism. History. Rural heritage. The streets. The architecture. The landscape. The coast. The Inland Region. Gastronomy. Town festivals. Wherever you are, Catalonia has interesting wine tourism awaiting you. We are a region of great wines and we have a …

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Following the DO Costers del Segre Wine Route through this rich and diverse wine-producing land, it’s hard to imagine that it almost disappeared when the phylloxera blight occurred at the end of the 19th century. Without a doubt, this would have been the case if it hadn’t been for the work of visionaries such as …

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Wherever you look, there are vineyards in the DO Terra Alta region, especially in the central area, between 350 and 550 metres above sea level, with hillside terraces and row plots that alternate with flat vineyards and those at the bottom of the valleys, forming a colourful mosaic of plots, slopes and orientations. The other …

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The DO Alella is the smallest wine designation of origin in Catalonia and one of its oldest. The DO Alella Wine Route takes you closer to the long historical tradition of its wines, which dates back to Laietània Road of Roman times, with some traces of it in the area that you can visit. These …

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The DO Pla de Bages is a land of contrasts where the vineyards lie under the protection of the Montserrat mountain, an important symbol for the history, spirituality and Catalan culture. In fact, it is the designation of origin which is closest to this natural icon.

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The Costa Brava was Catalonia’s gateway to the vine. Vine cultivation and wine production first reached Catalonia and the Iberian Peninsula through the Greek colony of Empúries, towards the 6th century BC, brought by Phoenician and Greek merchants. A few centuries later, the Romans took up the baton while maintaining the prestige of Emporiae wines …

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The DO Conca de Barberà is a territory with personality that will provide you with an excellent combination of heritage, culture and wine. This designation of origin preserves a unique native grape variety, the Trepat, which the winegrowers of the area have promoted as one of its distinctive characteristics, and which has also given the …

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The DO Penedès is a historical landmark of Catalan wine. It is one of the great wine designations in Catalonia, a leader in the production, marketing and export of wines. The region is home to a varied landscape, with vineyards that extend inland and to the sea, marked by architectural treasures, which unfold as you …

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The DOQ Priorat covers a territory of slopes that defy belief where viticulture has always been a Herculean enterprise and continues to be so today. It shares the region with the DO Montsant, the youngest of the Catalan designations of origin, which has become the revelation of recent years for its growth. For this reason, …

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You are about to embark on a journey through Catalonia accompanied by its wine, a cultural adventure full of aromas and emotions. Experience it whilst travelling along the various wine routes which delve into the essence of the Catalan designation of origin, its wines and wineries. 

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The history of the vineyards and wine of Catalonia makes for a constellation of adventures, large and small, which, apart from great wines, has quietly and persistently shaped the landscape to its present form. There is no single wine landscape, there are as many landscapes as there are different wines from the twelve designation of …

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