This experience takes place in the DO Montsant and DOQ Priorat wine regions, next to the Montsant mountain range Natural Park, an area of outstanding beauty.
Two of our favourite red grape varieties, Grenache and Carignan are at centre stage, reflecting the body and strength of the land whilst boasting a smooth and delicious aroma and taste.
Visit two wine cellars, taste Catalan Jewish Kosher wine and enjoy an exquisite Catalan meal.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Full day tour
Group Size Small Group
Your backdrop is the Montsant mountain range Natural Park, which still retains its capacity to dazzle those very few who visit it.
Explore some of the most delicious, smooth but vigorous Catalan wines right in their locality. Discover the wine of the Montsant region and visit two very different wine cellars:
The 1st one, exports wine to all corners of the world including Europe, North and South America as far as Asia.
The 2nd wine cellar is one of the only very few wine cellars which produce Kosher wine in Spain.
It came about only a few decades ago, when the Jewish community of Barcelona requested this cooperative wine cellar if they could produce wine specially designed for their needs. This meant they needed to acquire new equipment so that the wine could be produced under the strictest procedure based on the Jews Law demands. A success story for this brand within this market.
You will have a snack to keep you going until the time for an authentic Catalan lunch (not Kosher).
- Private pick up from your hotel
- 2 hours’ transfer to the Montsant wine region
- 1st visit: wine cellar – 3 red wines
- 2nd visit: cooperative wine cellar – 2 Kosher red wines
- Catalan lunch at local establishment
- The opportunity to purchase singular wines onsite
- English speaking escort throughout the day
- Private drop off back to your hotel
375€ per person based on 2 people
270€ per person based on 4 people
235€ per person based on 6 people
Note: We can customize the tour to suit your needs
Bring comfortable flat shoes, tennis, loafers, sandals or flip flops; best to avoid heels.
Some walking by vineyards may involve stepping on soil and mud and although no need for closed toe shoes, please note that fabric shoes may get stained
Bring sunglasses, a hat or cap may be suitable and comfortable clothing.
Bear in mind that you will be provided with bottles of water, so no need to bring extra weight on you.
Please let us know at reservation time