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Codorniu, Sant Sadurni d'Anoia

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Winery / Vineyard
Founded in 1551, Codorniu sets the standard for the Spanish sparkling wine known as cava. Visit the winery’s visitor center, then explore the massive network of cellars and 90 hectares (222 acres) of vineyards, which produce more than 50 million bottles of cava per year. Indulge in a local blend at one of the center’s organized tasting sessions, or whet your appetite with a traditional Spanish tapas lunch. Learn more about the history of the company and the industry in the region through a guided tour, available in English. Booking a tour in advance is recommended, so reserve online to ensure your spot. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Codorniu and many more Sant Sadurni d'Anoia attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Sant Sadurni d'Anoia trip itinerary planner.
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  • Magnificent modernist reception, as well as the entire complex. In our guided tour, the person in charge was very meticulous and led the visit calmly and with due explanations, both of the family, the process of creation of the cava, as the architecture of the site. In addition, we agree with the time of harvest and was fantastic to see in operation the entire process. Although a little small, which detract a little from visit tasting right. Indeed, prices of wines and cavas (also have), are in some cases, higher than those of a super or wine bar.
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  • We booked a tour of the Cordoniu cava vineyard on our own via the website. We took the bus from Barcelona (hint, the 1st stop is behind the Mercedes dealership) for 4E. We were the only guests for the...  more »
  • Enjoyed the beautiful views. Tour guide was bland. I had a hard time understanding her through her accent but she knew her information from what I was able to catch. Underground cellars were interesti...  more »
  • It's a bit touristy but still the most unique experience in the region. Definitely was worth the trip from Barcelona. Be sure to do the guided tour but be sure to explore the rest of the town.
  • Well worth your time if you have the slightest interest in wine (or for that matter, even if you don't.)
  • They gave a relaxing view of how cava in produced. Finished off with 2 glasses of cava. Very nice experience.
  • This is a nice place to visit for what it shows, however the guides didn't give many details, we were a large group, like 600 people and maybe it was the reason.
  • Great tour! English language tour is the first one of the day, at 10:00, and not crowded at all. Seeing the cellars by train was a great way to appreciate the scale of the production. Tour guide was professional.