Carlania Cellar is a winery located in the village of Barberà de la Conca in the province of Tarragona
Carlania Cellar is located in the village of Barberà de la Conca in the province of Tarragona in Spain. Before 2009, the family who owns the winery used to grow and sell grapes to the cooperative of Barberà and make some homemade wine. But after that, they started to produce their own wine for commercial use.
The vineyards are certified and recognized by the Catalan Council for Organic Agricultural Production.
The grape varieties grown in the vineyards are Trepat, Macabeu, Parellada, and Merlot
Their vineyards are located in 5 isolated estates with a total area of about 10 hectares. Most of the vineyards lie in the district of Barberà de la Conca. The farms are certified and recognized by the CCPAE (Catalan Council for Organic Agricultural Production). They believe in ecological viticulture and produce grapes with the utmost respect for the land and environment. They do not use herbicides, pesticides, or inorganic fertilizers. The grape varieties grown in these vineyards are Trepat, Macabeu, Parellada, and Merlot. The grapes harvested from the vineyard are used to produce natural wines. It means that they don’t add yeasts, enzymes, or sulfites during vinification as well as for aging. They do not filter or clarify their wines. They are lively wines and each bottle is unique and different from others. They make wines with their own character and identity. They have natural red, white, sparkling, and rose wines in their line.
The winery produce natural wines without the addition of yeasts, enzymes, or sulfites.
If you are into natural wines, then visiting Carlania Cellar is something you must do during your visit to Spain. Even if you have never heard of natural wines, visit the winery and you are sure to discover something amazing.