Visits and wine tastings at Celler Devinssi are always arranged through advance booking, at least two days beforehand.
The approximate schedule is: 10am-12noon, 12noon-2pm, 4pm-6pm, 6pm-8pm, Monday-Sunday. Visits and tastings are customised onsite (depending on what place wine occupies in our guests’ lives), therefore the duration is approximate.
Wine tourism experiences with Celler Devinssi are conducted in one of five languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French and Mandarin Chinese. For visits in Mandarin Chinese, there is an additional fee of 30€ / group.
At our winery, you have within easy reach both our own wines and those of sister wineries who share distribution with us, among these our 1068 d’Il·lia (DO Montsant).
Celler Devinssi starts its wine tours at the meeting point at the entrance to the village of Gratallops (where you can easily park your vehicle). Please check the location and pictures of the meeting point here.
Our artisan winery is located in the old quarter of Gratallops. Here, we’ll talk you through the process of making handcraft wines. The winery has a tasting room, where we offer wine tastings for groups, wine-and-food pairings and other creative activities related to wine and wine tours. It is down here that you can find out how to join the grapevine adopter club by Celler Devinssi.
Since we are a small and family business, we ensure that each of our wine tours is customised: it can be simply a leisurely tour through the winery with a wine tasting or a broader wine-and-food experience: featuring visits to our vineyards, wine-and-dining in next-door restaurants, and combined visits arranged with other producers.
Enjoy the stunning wine landscape of the Priorat region and savour the wines of both appellations of origin. Book here this wine tour guided by a local, that can be fully customised according to your preferences, needs and budget.
To enrich your wine tourism experience in Priorat, Celler Devinssi offers trips to our vineyards in Gratallops, which enjoy some breathtaking views that overlook the village, the mountain of la Serra de Montsant, the Hermitage, and the south-west of the Priorat region. Here indeed, carrying a camera and taking pictures is a must-do. The vineyard scenery is lovely all year round: in the winter, when the schist stone glitters while fresh green grass is sprouting; in the spring, when grapevines release their first shoots; in the summer, when grapes work hard to achieve shape, ripen and get harvested; or in the autumn, when vineyard foliage morphs into reddish and yellowish shades…