It was at the beginning of the 20th century, when some cooperatives were founded in Conca de Barberá, the first ones in the entire Spanish.
The Vinicola de Sarral winery, work of Pere Domènech i Roure, is a clear example of the modernist buildings that were raised at that time. These inspired the writer Àngel Guimerà who baptized them with the name of "Cathedrals of Wine".
The men of Sarral laid the foundations of what is today one of the most important wine cooperatives in Catalonia.
In the 1.150 ha. of vines planted between 350m. and almost 700m. altitude, being one of the highest in Catalonia, the different white varieties are grown sustainably: Macabeo and Parellada, and red: Tempranillo, Cabernent Sauvignon, Merlot and Trepat.
ROSÉ TREPAT WINE
Trepat is a native grape variety from Conca de Barberá (Tarragona). From the production of this red grape, and after a slight maceration, a natural rosé wine is obtained with characteristics that configure it a unique personality.