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Torres Winery: Guided Visit with Wine and Tapas Pairing

  • Duration: 2h
  • Live guide in English, Catalan, Spanish
  • Group of max. 30 people
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Torres Winery: Guided Visit with Wine and Cheese Pairing

  • Duration: 2h
  • Live guide in Catalan, Spanish
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3 reviews
27 Mar 2023
Informative and given in a very positive manner in fantastic surroundings
Torres Winery: Guided Visit with Wine and Tapas Pairing
Andre,  Germany Germany
24 Mar 2023
Sehr informative und umfangreiche Führung, keine Frage blieb unbeantwortet, Carlos als unser Guide verdient die Höchstbewertung. Wir kommen wieder!
Torres Winery: Guided Visit with Wine and Tapas Pairing
Joop,  Netherlands Netherlands
19 May 2023
Torres Winery: Guided Visit with Wine and Tapas Pairing

About: Torres Winery

Established in 1870 and now Spain's largest winery, this family-run business knows a thing or two about wine. Located in the Denomination of Origin (DO) of Penedès, near Barcelona, guests can visit the Mas La Plana vineyard where one of the world's most prestigious red wines is produced. Enjoy a tasting selected by the on-site sommelier, and eat at the garden restaurant El Celleret.

Torres Winery
Finca el Maset s/n, 08796, Pacs del Penedès
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