The first vineyards in the region were planted by the Phoenicians

Also known as "little Tuscany", the Empordà region has ben producing wines since the beginning of times. Today, they produce great quality wines, in singular vineyards, some right by the Mediterranean sea.

Theme
Gourmet Experiences
Duration
Full day
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The region, north of Barcelona, is also known as “Little Tuscany”. Its wine tradition started with the Greeks and Phoenicians who settled their colonies in the area 3000 years ago. Nowadays, their recovered traditions of wine aging are still giving extraordinary results.

Come enjoy a visit to the beautiful Castell de Peralada winery: a former nuns’ convent where the production of wine was recovered at the turn of the XIX century. We will go into their vineyards and cellars, and we will take part in a wine tasting of their best wines.

We will also have the opportunity to visit the special Garbet vineyards, next to the Mediterranean Sea, and indulge in a traditional Catalan breakfast in the area.

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