Caves Freixenet, Sant Sadurni d'Anoia
(3.8/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
The leading product of Caves Freixenet, Carta Nevada, put this cava producer on the map. Its cava gained international renown in 1974, with the release of Cordon Negro. Both recipes are still produced at this historic winery. Tour the winery and cellars and watch the bottling process, then head over to the tasting room to sample the cava. The village's main train station is just outside the winery's main entrance. Trains will carry you back to your Catalonia lodging along with your new bottle of bubbly. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Caves Freixenet and many more Sant Sadurni d'Anoia attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Sant Sadurni d'Anoia vacation planner.
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  • I recommend this visit of the cellars of Freixenet, the friendly staff and, in particular, the guide who gave us all sorts of explanations and made it very enjoyable, ending with a tasting of wine cellars of very good quality.
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  • A clear English speaking guide who showed us the cellars and the process how cava made is described. After another tour with a train, this was not really necessary. Afterwards, tasting of 2 cava with tapas, different kinds of ham and cheese. At the second glass you got a typical cookie.
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  • The visit to the Cavas freixenet allow the Cava production process and appreciate the efforts of a family to remain in this business sector. Excellent guides and a shop where you can buy exclusive products of this brand.
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  • Fun visit into a winery, though we dont get to see much of production
  • Beautiful old winery, but would have likes to see some of the process of making the wine.
  • Excellent tour with a very knowledgeable guide that, I'm sorry to say, talked a little too fast.
  • One of the oldest wineries in the country, very easy access since train station is next to the winery.
  • I'm going to be quite rough on this one. I've visited a LOT of wineries. Not all of them charge. Entrance price is 6 euros plus and at the end of the tour you get a stingy cup of Frexinet Black [about 5 euros a bottle]. There are other cava wineries in town that do FREE tasting and pretty much as much as you want to drink. The whole experience was corporate and cold. I felt like I was being taken on an executive visit, with presentations and slides, videos etc. It was all too slick. I felt like a number and not a customer. If you now nothing about wineries then you'll probably give it more stars. If you've been to other wineries around the Penedes, Rioja, Navarra, and Ribero de Duero regions... you will know this is a pale comparison. I noted as well that the distillation area was not explained or visited. You just see lots of bottles. I think like another well known brand from Rioja that they don't want to show how mass production lowers the love you feel in the taste.