Wineries and Wine Routes Wine Routes
QDO PRIORAT ROUTE
The virtuous triumph of tenacity
Vineyard terraces ripple across a landscape in which grapevines strive to extract the best of the land. The characteristic slate soil of the Priorat, known as licorella, is a testimony to the obstinate effort put into producing a fruit with body and personality that is used to make wines that are unique in the world.
DO MONTSANT ROUTE
Aromas and silence in the shelter of the mountain
The sheer rock walls and steep cliffs of the Montsant Mountains watch over and shelter villages that have remained faithful to the traditional ways of making wine. Full-bodied wines with a superb bouquet are the present-day legacy of this tradition, which never ceases to open its arms to new varieties and productions, all of which have quality as their emblem.
DO CONCA DE BARBERÀ – TREPAT ROUTE
History with its own footprint
Trepat is the native red grape variety from the Conca de Barberà. It is used to make red and rosé wines and cavas with delicate flavours and fruity bouquets. Tasting them is even more pleasurable when surrounded by the magnificent architectural heritage of the region’s wineries and cooperatives; following the Cistercian Monastery Route; or spending time in one of the many towns and villages that are packed with history.
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