• Sant Sadurní d’Anoia

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    Caves Vilarnau

    The natural surroundings that surround Caves Vilarnau and the spectacular design of the cavas, make it an exclusive destination for celebration of corporate events and family. Three are the main elements that integrate the landscape in cava: water, glass and wood.

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  • Vilobí del Penedès

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    Caves Vallformosa

    It preserves a charming name, from the old Romanesque hermitage of Santa María de Vallformosa, located next to the winery. Its meaning has marked the tradition of these vineyards. Beauty dwells in the vineyards where roses are still planted today.

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  • Sant Sadurní d’Anoia

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    Caves Codorníu

    The imposing wineries of Codorniu, in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, were constructed between the end of the s. XIX and early XX. They are a Historical Monument and are one of the most impressive examples of civil architecture dedicated to the elaboration and raising of caves.

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  • Sant Martí Sarroca

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    Castell Sant Martí Sarroca

    The monumental complex of the church and the castle of Sant Martí Sarroca, at the top of the hill of La Roca, is a monument of national interest. The church is essential for those who want to know the Romanesque religious Catalan, as it has one of the most prized buildings of this style, the apse of the s. XII, the richest in Catalonia.

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    Caves Codorníu

    The imposing cellars of Codorniu, in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, were built between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (1895-1915). Since 1976 they are Historic-Artistic Monuments and constitute one of the most impressive examples of civil architecture dedicated to the elaboration and raising of cavas. Currently, these wineries are also the symbol, history and values of Codorníu.

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