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Priorat private wine tour for up to 4 people

Priorat is striking with its terraced vineyards, medieval villages, and rugged natural landscape. The scenery is matched only by the world-class wines that emerge from vineyards that produce incredibly small amounts of grapes and in doing so make incredibly elegant, nuanced wines.

Tour program

  • Overview of the history of wine production in the area, structure of the DOQ, subzones, etc.
  • Visits & tastings at two boutique wineries (*) in the morning
  • Lunch at a top-end restaurant (**)
  • Third visit in the afternoon
  • Sommelier guided wine shopping at local wine shops if desired

Included in the tour price

  • Pre-tour communication and customized design with special requests taken into account (ie a Grenache-centric tour, comparison of Priorat vs Montsant, vegetarian lunch menu, etc)
  • Certified sommelier guided tastings throughout the day including the visits, lunch, and personal shopping session
  • All tasting & winery visit fees
  • Translation from Spanish & Catalan to English
  • Local knowledge from the only professional wine writer based in the entire region (read more)
  • Complimentary copies of the author’s Priorat & Montsant wine books
  • Three course lunch at a local restaurant with wine included
  • Pick up & return to the Reus or Falset-Marçà train station and transportation throughout the day
  • Time permitting, additional, regional-specific gastronomic/cultural activities

Tour Price

  • 275€ per person
  • All participants in the tour must be 18 years of age or older
  • The price may vary if you are more than two people, please inquire
  • More than four people would require arranging your own transportation

These tours are by wine expert, judge, & book author, Miquel Hudin. To reserve, please write to priorat@wine-tours.eu

If you have additional questions, please read: Priorat hotels | Transportation to Priorat | Driving in Priorat

Visitors with an interest in wine of all ethnic backgrounds, religious, & sexual orientation are most welcome.

* Many wineries in Priorat are not officially open for visits, but at times things can be worked out. Others, including Álvaro Palacios and Clos Erasmus accept absolutely no public visits.
** Lunches are at the best restaurants in the region with lengthy tasting menus. If desired, there are other options that can be enjoyed with a reduced price.