Cambrils is well-known for being one of Costa Daurada’s gastronomy capitals. This town’s essence is the fusion of fisherman tradition and wine-making and livestock husbandry. So both in summer and winter, Cambrils lures into some delectable wine-and-dine.
The Moraima restaurant located in Cambrils (Avinguda del Països Catalans, 1) offers to enjoy a food-and-wine pairing dinner including our DOQ Priorat wines. This Friday, 19 February, we’d like you to come over and have a sip of our Mas de les Valls 2013 wines (red and white, handcraft production) and discover how our wines can pair with fish and meat courses.
Before the dinner, we’ll give you a glimpse of our wine-making region DOQ Priorat, of our winery and of our artisan and traditional manner of wine elaboration. We’re very grateful to the Moraima restaurant for this chance of promoting our wines!
The dinner courses include:
- Salmon tartar with guacamole and pickles
- Mille-feuille with seabass, ratatouille and vermouth sauce
- Low-temperature roasted lamb shoulder
- Pina colada and Habana 7 parfait
Rate per person: 30€. Limited places.
Phone for booking: 977 79 28 21
We’d like to say many thanks to Tivissa town hall for having encouraged us to participate in the IV Christmas Fair that took place during the 5-6 December weekend. We felt very warmly welcome by local people. Besides promoting our DOQ Priorat wines, we also met some wine-making professionals from Terres de l’Ebre…
We wish you happy Yuletide and New Year! We’ll get back to the topic next year!
Image gallery: wine tastings at the IV Christmas Fair in Tivissa.
Després de Sant Martí, deixa l’aigua i beu el vi
(After St Martin, give up water and drink wine. A Catalan saying)
Your vineyards have been enjoying a period of peace and calm, relaxing after the harvest. They have already lost most of their leaves and are exposing their naked twigs to air and sunshine… The foliage green has yielded to the grass verdure, although we’re having quite a dry autumn this year, so that grass is shooting very sluggishly. With the exception of a foggy week and a few chilling afternoons, weather has been very generous with Priorat, that’s why there have been a lot of wine travellers hereabout, well maybe not as numerous as in August or September, but still quite a lot. Continue reading
On Saturday, 28 November, at 8.30 pm, the Sala Gòtica in Molins de Rei will hous the second edition of the Charity Tasting Pro AFANOC arranged by Associació Molinenca de Tast.
AFANOC stands for Association of Children with Cancer, and it includes fathers, mothers, friends and families of kids affected by this illness. All collected money will be allocated to to improve oncology children’s life conditions at the Child Cancer and Hematology department of the Vall d’Hebron Mother and Child Hospital.
The tasting gives a chance to taste wines and cavas from some of Catalonia’s most important wineries Continue reading
Since the Guía Peñín 2016 wine book is out, we’re happy to share with you the evaluations that our 5 wines obtained in this wine reference book.
Our two jewels in the crown have been very well rated. Rocapoll 2012 obtained 92 points, whereas IL·LIA scored 91. Both wines belong to the category of vins de la vila de Gratallops, they’re elaborated manually in very limited editions: Rocapoll reaches Continue reading
Like most cellars open to wine tourists in Priorat, we host visitors who sometimes have doubts about the way of tasting wines, whether they should be somehow prepared for a tasting or not. We’ve been reading the recent post by Campbell Bevan about top five tips for a wine tasting. We enjoyed reading it due to its slick and easy style, so that anyone from beginner to expert can understand it. We decided to borrow the outline of the post and provide it with another body, you know, Priorat-wine full body. We squeezed the five tips into four and added another one of our own consideration.
1. Can I eat before a wine tasting? – Don’t go to taste wines on an empty stomach