In the north of Tarragona province, and bordering the region of Lleida, we find the Cava vineyards of the Serra de Prades. This sub-zone is named after the Prades mountains, an outstanding morpho-structural part of the Catalan pre-coastal mountain range.
This sub-zone stands out for its geological formation: a river basin or valley surrounded by mountains, on whose southern slope the Serra de Prades stands out, shaped by the erosive action of the Francolí river and its tributaries.
At altitudes ranging from 350 to 600 metres above sea level, Serra de Prades enjoys a very particular microclimate, where the influence of the Mediterranean blends with winds from the interior, of a continental nature, in what could be described as a transitional Mediterranean climate with greater thermal contrasts. This allows characteristics that are more typically found in white grapes from cold climate zones.
This microclimate favours the cultivation of the native Trepat variety, a type of red grape that produces fruity wines with their own very distinct personality.
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.
Barberà de la Conca
L’Espluga de Francolí
Rocafort de Queralt