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What a great tour !! I enjoyed so much visiting these 3 wineries. You will learn a lot from the different guides in each winery and they will explain all the secrets of producing their wines. We enjoyed a lot and we tried a lot of wines. At the end of the day we came back at our hotel happy. Nice driver, gave me a lot of tips about Catalonia traditions. A must do!!
A very enjoyable day, would thoroughly recommend this tour,the guide and wine houses visited were very informative.
It was a great trip with an outstanding guide. We really appreciated that the tour went to both large and small wineries. It was an easy day and I would definitely recommend this trip.
The one day CAVA tour from Barcelona was great.....no, no....it was fantastic!!! Although it lasted about 8 hours I was never bored due to the constant information and entertainment which was arranged by our very well versed guide. We visited 2 wineries, both of whom gave us an in depth experience of vinti and viniculture of their respective farms, and although the tour of Frexinett was commercial and unpersonal, it fitted in well with our itinerary. The fact that there were only 4 attendees made it personal and intimate and a day in the vineyards and cellars is highly recommendable with this tour company.
This was one of the best things we did all week. No one else showed up for the tour so we got a private tour for my husband, our 26 year old daughter and myself. We had a wonderful guide called Anna who was totally fun. Somehow the itinerary had gotten mixed up, but she reshuffled things around on the fly, and we ended up with what I suspect was a better tour than the original plan would have been. We started at a small family run winery where we were greeted by a young woman whose grand-father had had the vision to start making higher quality wine (the family has been growing wine grapes for more generations than they can count). She was relayed by her charming father who spent far more time with us than we were expecting. From there we went to Cordoniu wineries, which is one of the biggest in the world, and saw a completely different aspect of the wine industry. We ended our tour at a smallish boutique winery owned by a Barcelona restauranteur. We were again fortunate to be the only ones there, and to spend a great deal of time with our winery host. I would recommend this tour to everyone. Not only did we learn about wine, but also about history, and about Catalonian culture.
I couldn't be more pleased with this tour. At first, was skeptical of the site, but proved to be trustworthy and well organized. My tour guide: Feliciano was absolutely charming and knowledgable. I will definitely recomend viator and all the tours they offer. it made my trip a memorable one. Cheers...
This was an incredible experience. The three bodegas chosen were all so different and showed a different style of the cava industry. Our guide was amazing. I felt like I was on a tour with a friend. The value of the trip was also very good. I would highly recommend this tour!
This was one of the best tours I have ever been a part of. It ended up being a VERY small group. My friend and I were the only two signed up that morning. The three vineyards we went to were well picked. Not only were the cavas and wines delicious, but our guide Ana was knowledgeable and hysterical. It was a fantastic day that we will not soon forget.
The first and second wineries we visited were great. We learned a lot about the making of sparkling wine. The restaurant we stopped at for lunch was really good. The food was Catalunya and very different from what we had so far. The third winery was a bust, but on a whole an awesome tour.
The tour was excellent and our guide was very informative. However, the lunch break took over a half an hour to get to the restaurant, then had slow service, them another half an hour back to the wine country which caused us to miss the cave tour at Freixnet. While the restaurant was very nice, we all thought there was a lot of time wasted traveling on superhighways (not very charming) just to dine near Montserrat.
The tour was worth doing, the winery was very fun and informative. Our tour guide was not the best, which somewhat hampered the experience.