The Conca del Gaià sub-zone crosses the regions of Tarragonès and Alt Camp, and is an emblematic area where the vineyards of Roman Hispania were established. Its name refers to the river Gaià that crosses this sub-zone with its typically Mediterranean climate of mild winters and hot summers, tempered by the sea breeze.
This Cava sub-zone consists of a plain open to the sea, which slopes gently upwards from the Mediterranean, culminating in the peaks of the coastal mountain range, which is its identifying factor.
Vineyard at least 10 years old.
Maximum production of 10,000 kilos per hectare.
Exclusive production of Reserva and Gran Reserva Cavas.
Responsible, 100% organic vineyards.
Guarantee from the harvest to the bottle.
Cabra del Camp
El Pla de Santa Maria
La Nou de Gaià
La Riera de Gaià
Vilaseca de Solcina