a community set apart by its language and culture and with its own
pronounced personality, has always been a gateway to the rest of Spain.
In the language of wine, Catalunya stands for a vocation for quality
and an innovative spirit. Catalan wine counts its wine tradition in
thousands of years, yet it also points the way to the future. The
region's winemakers can justifiably boast of having always been at
the vanguard of the country's wine production.
At the end of the last century, Catalunya
imported Champagne techniques for the production of sparkling wines
and today, firms large firms are selling tens of millions of bottles
of cava all over the world.
Catalunya is made up of eight different
areas: Penedes, Alella, Costers del Segre, Ampurdan-Costa Brava, Tarragona,
Terra Alta, Priorato and Conca de Barbera as well as the omnipresent
cava, sparkling wine made with the champagne method, making it a wine
making region difficult to surpass.
Celler Josep Ardevol
Clua (Terra Alta)
(Conca de Barbera)
Vinedos de Ithaca