For those who enjoy wine one of the best things you can do in Barcelona and Catalonia is a tour of the wine routes. Catalonia has more than ten designations of origin, so there are many wineries to visit to try out and find how do wines and champagnes are made in the region. If you come to Barcelona you can visit some wineries on the route of Anoia.

Wine tasting courses in Barcelona

If you stay in one of the <href=”” target=”_blank”>apartments in Barcelona, you can start taking a path for wine tasting course or attending a tasting organized in a bar or restaurant, then the lessons learned during the visit to one of the wineries .

If you just want to start with a wine tasting workshop, Setba Zone d’Art offers a two-hour workshop where you learn the basics and you can taste 5 wines. The course has an approximate price of 30 € and is provided at the premises of the cultural area, at Plaça Reial 10.

You can also take an intensive course of an hour and a half Vinicoteca (Travessera de Gràcia 259), with a tasting of 3 wines where you will learn to distinguish different varieties of grapes. Approximate price: 40 €.

For the more experienced, the restaurant Dans Le Noir (Passeig Picasso 10) offers a wine tasting in the dark through an activity called The Winery of the Month (La bodega del mes), where each month a different winery organizes the tasting, where blind waiters serve as guides for tasting. Approximate price: 35-50 €.

Wine tours and visits to wineries in Barcelona

This time I recommend a brief walk through the area of Anoia, famous for its excellent wine cellar that is manufactured there.

The first stop and you can not miss is a visit to the cellars of Freixenet, which is about 40 minutes from Barcelona. The visit to the winery starts with an explanation of the process of making champagne. The tour ends with a tasting of a glass of champagne. The entrance to the winery costs € 6.10 and children under 9 enter for free. To reach the winery you’ll need to take a train train (R4 direction Tarragona / Tortosa) to the Sant Sadurní d’Anoia station. The entrance to the winery is about 50 meters from the station.

If you go to Sant Saturni d’Anoia, you can also visit the following cava wineries:

Cavas Valicourt Count: You must make an appointment to visit this winery, which is the smallest in town and produces only high-end champagne. Tel 938 910 036.

Can Nadal Boadella: One of the most traditional Cava, founded in s. XVI. It has a large vineyard. You have to arrange the visit in advance. Tel 938 988 011.

Codorniu: Housed in a modernist building, this winery offers a tour of the production of cava. Arrange a visit in advance. Tel 938 913 342.

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