The Penedès wine region offers a wide variety of micro-climates, producing a portion of the best and most fascinating wines in the world. Marked by the proximity of the sea and the different altitudes, the climate is typically Mediterranean, mild and warm. One of the attractions of Penedés is the diversity of wines based on the singularity of the region. You can enjoy thousand tastes, aromas, bodies and structures as a result of these differences in territory, climate, and the variety of soils within the region, mixing the green of the hills and valleys with the blue of the Mediterranean Sea.
You will witness a good range of winemaking in one day trip with this entire day wine visit.
Silvia and Anna both wine masters with numerous years of involvement in Penedés wineries, will guide you first Silvia in Parés Baltá Wine Cellar and then Anna in Albet i Noya Winery, both leaders on producing excellent organic wines. You will tour the vineyards and enjoy wine tastings. With this complete wine tour you will expand your wine learning, taste bunches of wines and witness breathtaking landscape on this unique wine route to Penedés.
Likewise you will enjoy a delicious Traditional tapas lunch paired with Premium local wines.
In 1978, Mr. Joan Cusiné Hill took over the winery. Since 2000 the administration has been in the hands of the two grandsons, Joan and Josep Cusiné Carol. They have brought new and new thoughts into the organization yet they have additionally indicated regard for its convention and watched the legacy. The spouses of Joan and Josep, Maria Elena Jimenez and Marta Casas are the winemakers and oenologists. They have kept on growing new wines and expanded the attention on quality.
It was the fourth and current generation, Josep Maria Albet i Noya, that introduced organic farming methods to the vineyards. Josep Maria took over the management of the estate after his father’s death in 1972 and at the end of the seventies started producing his first organic wines. With the success of that first wine produced specifically for the Danish market, they gradually moved the entire estate over to organic farming.
Organic wine is largely wine from organically grown grapes, but the regulations primarily limit the quantity of sulphur dioxide that can be used, approximately half the levels permitted in a conventional cellar. This means that the Can Vendrell cellar is required to maintain a level of hygiene far superior to that of a conventional cellar. Nonetheless, once more we can see that the key to making great wines lies in the quality of the raw materials: the grapes.
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