Terra Alta

Terra Alta

We can thank DO Terra Alta for inspiring a young Pablo Picasso who stayed in the region during his twenties, where he developed his cubism techniques afterstaying with a friend, Manuel Pallares. Picasso spent long visits here, recovering from an illness, and lived in...
Tarragona

Tarragona

If you’re looking for a sweet red wine, DO Tarragona is the place, and has been the place since the time of the ancient Romans, when the sweet red wine from the region was exported to Rome. In those times, it was known as the Tarraconensis territories, and they...
Priorat

Priorat

The most prestigious wine region in Catalunya is the Priorat. The region is only one of two in Spain that has qualified as Denominacio d’Origen Qualificada, the highest qualification level for a wine region in Spain. It is the only region designated as...
Pla de Bages

Pla de Bages

In the shadows of Montserrat and El Montcau massif lies the smallest DO in Catalunya, Pla de Bages, which was given official status by DO Catalunya in 1995. The region is only 600 hectares, but holds some pretty interesting wine history in the “Ruta de les...

Penedes

While Rioja has enjoyed the reputation of being the best known and best producing appellation in Spain, DO Penedes has been long considered a rival appellation when it comes to wine production. It’s been best known for its cava production; white wines are the...
Montsant

Montsant

In 2002, the group of vineyards which made up the Falset region of DO Tarragona broke free to create their own Denominació d’Origen. Montsant rings the DOQ Priorat, and adopted the name from the Monsant mountains surrounding the appellation. DO Montsant has also...