On this wine-tasting tour from Barcelona, spend a relaxing day in the countryside as you sample wine and learn about cava (Catalan sparkling wine). You will venture into the Penedès region to discover some of Catalonia's most iconic wineries. Learn how different varieties of wine are produced and, of course, taste them! Your local guide will lead you from one winery to another, entertaining you with interesting facts about Catalonia, wine and cava-making.
- Free drinks included
- Free snacks included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
Catalonia is one of Spain’s most prominent wine-producing areas, boasting 11 appellations of origin. Vines have been growing in Catalonia for more than 2,000 years, and today Catalonia produces 380 million bottles of wine a year, including cava, which accounts for half of this production.
On this day trip from Barcelona, you’ll first visit Bodegues Jean Leon in the middle of the Penedès region. You will go on a guided tour and taste two different wines at this award-winning winery.
Then head to Bodegues Torres, where you will learn more about the production of various wines. You will see that it takes hard work to produce a good wine. At this winery, you’ll enjoy tastings of three wines, as well as three cheeses of the region.
Finally, visit Caves Freixenet, the last winery of your tour. Here is where you will learn about the process of making cava. You’ll sample two cavas, as well as some delicious tapas.
Your guide will be with you throughout your tour, answering questions and providing you with interesting information about the wine region.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- Guided tour and tasting of two wines at Jean Leon Winery
- Guided tour and combined tasting (3 cheeses and 3 wines) at Bodegues Torres
- Guided tour and tasting of two cavas and tapas at Caves Freixenet.
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Returns to original departure point
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