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I live and I work in my wineyards I prefer that you visit it and take your own opinion
For me is an amaizing place I recomended l'hermita de la consolacio between gratallops and la vilella baixa upstairs you are going to see almost all...More
There are several regions where wine is produced in Spain like Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Valdepeñas, Utiel Requena and several others. Priorat is a very particular one where the vineyards have almost 45 degrees of inclination on a soft stone soil, and with not too...More
The Priorat is a tranquil, unspoilt land of hills and valleys, covering in grape vines and dotted with picturesque villages where you can often enjoy sumptuous 'menu del dia's for less than a Happy Meal. The pace of life is slow, the scenery timeless. A...More
Visiting the region you begin to realize what makes them so special. From how each grape is planted and harvested, to the emotion in each bottle from the family of growers, it is an unforgetable experience.
Easy to take the train from BCN. We hired...More
We stayed in Arboli (nothing special). The road from Arboli through the mountains to Cornudella was at the same time adventurous and wonderful. Siurana is a must visit. No industry, no tourists. Silence in the mountains.
I'm lucky to say I married a beautiful red hair from Torroja and even more... I've been coming here twice a month for to years now and still eager to come back the moment I hop in the car back to the noisy city.... I...More
We hired a car to get here in 1.5 hours heading west from Barcelona to a series of valleys surrounded by the Holy Mountain Ranges, about 30 km from the Med at Tarragona, as the crow flies. From here the clouds roll in over the...More