© El Brogit - 24/01/2022 02:51
Walking and wine holidays in Catalonia
Under the current COVID-19 pandemic circumstances, we know it will take long for some of you to come and visit us… but you still love to know what is going on in our vineyards, in our little villages, to let yourself be driven around our diverse Catalan wine region while our guide introduces you into our history, into our everydays life, and connects you with our winemakers and farmers…
As internationally, the wine travel has gone online, we came up with this idea: not just a virtual wine tasting, but also a virtual wine tour, connecting with our guide, giving you a comprehensive picture of our territory, chatting about our everyday’s life. Moreover, you will be supporting our small family owned wineries. And, as always, fully customized, fully private, just you (your family, group of friends, business), our guide and our winemakers and farmers. Understandably enough, this is a different experience from onsite wine tastings, however we will try to make it as close as possible to your visit here.
We also recommend you to take this virtual tour if your are planning to visit our region in the mid or long term, so you can solve all your questions about your trip with our local guide while tasting a bit of our territory. No worries about repeating wineries on your onsite tour, as we have plenty of options and itineraries to show you around our wine areas.
And really looking forward to meet you all again in person, we love welcoming you at our place!
You may have already been warmed up by the full-bodied wines of Priorat, as they have become one of the most well-known wines of the world. Carefully produced in this small hidden wine country since the XIIth Century, you will be surprised by the two different destinations of origin of wine, from the fresher DO Montsant wines to the more complex DOQ Priorat wines. Mostly offering red wines based on the local varieties of garnatxa (grenache) and carinyena (carignan), you can also be delighted by the small production of white wines (only 5%) based mainly on white grenache and other local varieties.
Find below several options to enjoy the wines from Priorat, while you get to know its territory and connect with the people who is working hard to produce these high quality wines.
If you are already planning to come and visit us, besides enjoying this virtual experience and ask as any questions you may have, click here for more information about the Priorat wine region and for some travel ideas.