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We have been lucky enough to have made vineyard visits in several countries but nothing comes remotely close to this visit.
I would only add that to find it you have to drive through streets which are completely alien to most Northern Europeans and then...More
First of all you drive down a dirt road for about 10 minutes, easy drive but still you wonder. Do set up your visit in advance as no one lives there and he was a few minutes late so no one was there when we...More
Fantastic. We got there after going down a long bumpy track. I went with friends but never been a wine drinker so at the start was not interested but that soon changed thanks to the host and guide, it's easy to see the passion he...More
A visit at this winery is an experience for all senses: before you get there, you get bounced about on the dirt track leading up to it. Once there Salvador or his wife Conchita take you around their vineyards, up the steep hills, along the...More
We really enjoyed this winery visit. I would recommend it very highly. For us it was great to meet Salvador and experience his passion for this family winery (he and his wife run it). The tour took around an hour and a half and costs...More
Mas Sinen it's a full flavours trip. The perfect place to undestrand the unique terroir of Priorat. The experience has been complete in all the senses. The landscape, the knowledge, the people and of course the wines. Everything fantastic.
This was one of the better visits we had in this area on this trip.
Salvador is so enthusiastic about his grapes and his wines that it's hard not to be affected by this great positive energy and skip around the vineyards after him.
We wound our way to Cellar Burgos Porta from Poboleda one afternoon - up and down the dusty, bumpy dirt roads and finally emerging by a small stone house in the midst of rolling hills of Garnacha, Carinyena, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. What a wonderful...More