Montau Moods Visita a la bodega


Live Stream – Blogging

What is Blogging and why should a winery have one? Tuesday 2nd February 2010, 15.15h – 16.10h Don’t miss it. Tomorrow live stream on Mañana el debate en directo! No te lo pierdas!

Beer: Liquid Diet / Program: Friday 11 December 2009

Tangible traces of the origins of beer in Europe go back to the 3rd millennium BC and to Catalunya, more concrete to Can Sadurní, whereas the rest is hard to pin down. Thus each region has its own significant mythology; Finnish Kalevala,  Chech Radegast, ancient Ninkasi to name a few of the figures that we … Sigue leyendo

Days of Wine and … Cava

“The days of wine and roses laugh and run away like a child at play Through a meadow land toward a closing door A door marked “nevermore” that wasn’t there before” (Frank Sinatra: Sinatra Sings Days of Wine and Roses, Moon River, and other Academy Award Winners, 1964.) Wine & Roses a pattern that works … Sigue leyendo

Spreading Wine Culture – Enotourism

The occurrence Enotourism emerged as a niche alternative before it became an almost indispensable option for wineries that eventually started to exploit their given patrimony and offer it to a remarkably interested public. Last year 1.8 million people visited Spanish bodegas which are nowadays offering wine culture in the most vivid and vibrant way. One … Sigue leyendo

The legacy of Begues

Begues is a municipality of the Baix Llobregat region with a population of 6078 inhabitants and land area of 50.42km2. Connected with Avinyonet del Penedes and with Gava by a local road Begues covers most of the Garraf Massif region including the peaks of el Montau (658m altitude) and la Morella (594m altitude). Close to … Sigue leyendo

Avenc Can Sadurni

Begues rocks, check this out: