Winery visit and young wine tasting, DOQ Priorat (II Setmana del vi català)

young wine tasting Gratallops DOQ Priorat visit winery

From 18 to 24 October, we’ll be part of the second Catalan Wine Week! Our activity includes a visit to the winery with tasting of our young 2021 wine.

What is #SetmanaViCatalà?

The Catalan Wine Week presents and promotes wines of Catalonia throughout its geographic area. Being the annual festival of Catalan wines, this event brings together a whole set of activities throughout the Catalan territory with one great common goal: to offer a taste of the immense variety and richness of the wine industry. Continue reading

Few tickets left to the grape harvest master class! (Gratallops, DOQ Priorat)

Grape harvest workshops are back to Gratallops, DOQ Priorat, on 18-20 September 2021

Last chance to participate in the grape harvest master class in Gratallops, DOQ Priorat, 18-20.09.21. Are you joining us?
  • 18 SEPTEBMER: 2 PLACES *
  • 19 SEPTEBMER: 2 PLACES *
  • 20 SEPTEBMER: 4 PLACES
*adults only

Grape harvest workshops are back to Gratallops, DOQ Priorat, on 18-20 September 2021

grape harvest master class, Celler Devinssi, Gratallops, DOQ Priorat

You’ve been missing some cool activities in the middle of a vineyard, right? And especially now, that the grapes are about to be harvested? Well, our proposal is: grape harvest + wine tasting + nibbles!

The SARS-COV-19 pandemic halted certain cellar-door activities. This year we are resuming tour grape harvest workshops, following the safety measures. Continue reading

Local shops: where do our nibbles come from?

(images: @nachorocafoto)

Wine tasting with local nibbles. Serving suggestion.

A few years ago, we started offering the wine tasting with local nibbles called PICA-PICA”, thanks to our guests’ suggestions. The experience includes: a visit to the vineyard (to get to know the “terroir” and view Priorat‘s breath-taking scenery from Gratallops’ angle), a visit to the winery (where we make our wines) and a wine tasting with local nibbles. The price is €30 per person. 

So where do we get the local food? We do as much as we can to favour small local shops and to prioritise our area’s commercial network. We stick to this philosophy Continue reading

Winery visit and young wine tasting, DOQ Priorat

young wine tasting Gratallops DOQ Priorat visit winery

From 9 to 15 November, we’ll be part of the Catalan Wine Week! Our activity includes a visit to the winery with tasting of our young 2020 wine.

What is #SetmanaViCatalà?

The Catalan Wine Week presents and promotes wines of Catalonia throughout its geographic area. Being the annual festival of Catalan wines, this event brings together a whole set of activities throughout the Catalan territory with one great common goal: to offer a taste of the immense variety and richness of the wine industrry. Continue reading

Celler Devinssi (DOQ Priorat) keeps up the winery tours while restaurants and bars a closed

wine tastings in Priorat with the new measures to stop the covid-19 cases in CataloniaSummary:

  • Winery tours continue with maximum capacity of 6 people per group.
  • Priorat’s restaurants are selling takeaway food. Let’s support the horeca sector!
  • You can eat inside hotels and other accommodation establishments.
  • Celler Devinssi’s visitors can enjoy a picnic in our vineyard (in the lap of nature).
  • Please read the updated safety measures.
  • Please book your wine tour TWO DAYS BEFOREHAND

From 15 October 2020, new measures to stop the COVID-19 growth in Catalonia are applied for 15 days.  Continue reading

Our Priorat wine tours awarded by TripAdvisor (we are number 1!)

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Wine tasting in the vineyard at sunset in Priorat

Spoiler: According to TripAdvisor, among Catalonia’s top 10 wineries, three belong to DOQ Priorat! How about a wine tasting in the vineyards?

More good news! We already have the official TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award here. Previously, this award was called Certificate of Excellence.

TripAdvisor is one of the world’s most popular web portals providing information for travelers (according to the Statista report), where a significant part of the content is based on user feedback on the destinations they have visited, accommodation, restaurants, etc. Wine travel also has good coverage there.

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How’s the grape harvest and wine travel? (Celler Devinssi, DOQ Priorat)

Definitely, 2020, baptised by Hurricane Gloria, will forever be etched in our memory.

The disastrous effect of the Covid-19 has been noticed here in  Priorat. Three months with no tourists, with no people in the street. Of course, with a minimum risk of virus rebound… Learn more

We’re lucky to have been able to take care of the vineyards: whole spring spent alone with nature, with an uncertain future, toon…

This year, the vineyards have needed a lot of human presence… The endless spring rains have caused the plague called mildew to spread throughout the vineyards: a fungus that dries the grapes… Learn more… 

We have had some losses of Carignan (Samsó) and Red Grenache, but if we zoom out to the DOQ Priorat level we have no right to complain. The careful dedication during the most complicated season in terms of weather and epidemiology and a some luck have made this 2020 grape harvest possible: Grenache and Carignan in very good condition, healthy and juicy Cabernet Sauvignon… Meanwhile, after a dry and sunny august, the harvest has been somewhat early and very dynamic. Continue reading

The new format of our wine tasting with pica-pica (local nibbles)

Many visitors ask to taste wines paired with local products.

Over time, observing how this experience works, we’ve come up with the exact list of ingredients you generally like.

Here they are: fuet, jamón, cheese, Arbequina olives, pa amb tomàquet i oli, nuts.

Now, with the new safety rules, we serve these nibbles in individual lunchboxes.

Here are a couple of photos. Do you fancy it?

We also have the wine-and-food pairing option for vegetarians and vegans. It includes vegan sausage and cheese. For vegetarians, it can include sheep, goat or mixed cheese.

Please remember that any wine tour should be booked at least TWO DAYS BEFOREHAND

wine tasting vegan vegetarian food pairing Priorat Gratallops Bodega Devinssi

Wine tourism in Priorat: Celler Devinssi reopens its doors sticking to safety measures

While the world keeps contending with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, Priorat has reached phase 3 of the de-escalation.

We suppose that wine tourism recovery to the same levels will be gradual and always on the alert for health safety.

We are very excited to announce that we are reopening the cellar doors to welcome you here in the Priorat. Did you feel like leaving home? Going on an excursion, tasting wines, viewing some unmatched scenery. Scenery that has been waiting for you uncomplainingly…

Obviously, new safety measures have come to wine tourism. Tastings have new rules to ensure that you are protected throughout the experience.

At Celler Devinssi, in fact, we already began to apply some of these rules long before the pandemic. Now, they have expanded, and obviously include some new things. For example, safety masks, group size, distances… All this just for the sake of a pleasant and safe experience.

We present the SARS-CoV-2 safety measures that will be applied while visiting Celler Devinssi. Read them carefully to find out what exactly awaits you.

What tours do we currently offer?

  • Visit to the vineyard with a tour of the winery and wine tasting. Book.
  • Visit to the vineyard with a tour of the winery and wine tasting with local products*. Book.
  • Visit of the vineyard with a tour of the winery and wine tasting including our Rocapoll. Book.

*Local products will be served in individual portions.

For more information, please contact us.