The Soul of Wine Country

Conca de Barberà is a region located in northern part of the Catalonian province of Tarragona. Visit us and discover the 22 towns, 23 wineries, and lovely people that await you here.

Trepat: Our Native Grape

The wines we make here in Conca de Barberà are excellent and stand out thanks to Trepat, the red grape variety native to our region.  

The Cathedrals of Wine

Conca de Barberà is home to six wineries renowned for their Modernist architecture. These buildings reflect the effort of generations of farmers who, since the end of the 19th century, fought to rebuild our region’s agricultural economy. Dubbed the “Cathedrals of Wine” by Nobel-nominated Catalonian writer Àngel Guimerà, these six Modernist wineries are some of the most prized buildings in Conca de Barberà and Catalonia’s architectural heritage.

Heritage, Culture, and Nature: The Ideal Pairing

Explore the medieval walled city in Montblanc or visit the prehistoric caves and Museum of Rural Life in L’Espluga de Francolí. Discover the world of winemaking up close in Conca de Barberà’s picturesque villages. More drawn to nature? The Prades Mountains await. Whether you choose to explore our cultural or natural heritage, our vineyards will be your backdrop.

Poblet: More Than a Monastery

Visit Vimbodí i Poblet and experience Santa Maria de Poblet monastery. Not only an impressive architectural site, Santa Maria de Poblet is also Europe’s largest inhabited Cistercian monastery. Santa Maria de Poblet is shielded by the northern slope of the Prades Mountains, a Natural Place of Interest where abundant springs bubble out of the earth.

Eat Local, Eat Well

The restaurants of Conca de Barberà are committed to preserving our region’s gastronomic heritage. Dine here and enjoy traditional dishes that have been passed down through the generations. Savor locally cured sausages, sweet and savory flatbreads, artisanal honey, cheeses and freshly pressed olive oil. Satisfy your sweet tooth with our region’s traditional pastries. You’ll find our cuisine pairs perfectly with the local wines that have made us famous. Visit the Association of Conca de Barberà Hospitality Businesses for a list of where you can enjoy our local cuisine.

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