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1+1=3 (U Mes U Fan Tres) is a gorgeous winery known for their elaborate selection of wines and caves. The vineyard of this quintessential Spanish winery is home to over five varieties of grapes which yield wines of distinctive characters. Caves are prepared using separate selection of grapes. Owners Carles, Josep and Josep Anton, personally supervise the the entire process that goes into the creation of their wines, from selection of grapes to bottling every step is scrutinized by the team. A tour of the winery and the vineyard gives patrons a peek into the Catalonian wine-making traditions and cultures, and one can also pick up a few souvenirs after the intriguing tour and tasting session. Wines and caves from 1+1=3 (U Mes U Fan Tres) are exported all across Europe, North America and even Asia, a visit to the place is enough to give a testimony of their popularity.
Museu Del Vi adds to the historical charm of Barcelona. The eleven rooms in this museum display some unique art collections: religious and historical, not to forget sculptures and some very ancient pottery designs. This place also offers you an insight into the wine making technique and its evolution down the ages. Open throughout the year, you can take guided tours to ensure a better understanding of everything.
The Spanish wine culture has undergone a revolution in the last two decades, and wine connoisseurs passionate about good wines must visit the Vinseum to partake in the Catalan wine pageant. Dedicated to the history of wines in entirety, this museum in Vilafranca lets visitors explore and contemplate the world of wines. From the art of wine-making to the story of the wine stain, the museum takes you on a sensory journey, letting you even taste some of the rarest bouquets. The Vinseum's Tavern has a selection of Penedès wines handpicked by sommelier Ton Colet; tasting sessions are organized regularly here.