A change of wine in the barrels

It’s time to change the wine in the barrels. For the past four months they have hosted one of our most sophisticated wines, Bouquet d’Alella Blanc +. Once we have removed it, we will fill them with the longest-running red wine in our winery, Bouquet d’Alella Syrah, which will be aging for a whole year.

1.500 white currant strains in Vall de Rials

We keep on working in the Vall de Rials plantation, next to the Bosquet d’Alella. This week we have planted the new vineyard, with no less than 1.500 white currant strains.

Our new white currant plantation

So here we are, working on the new white currant plantation of Bouquet d’Alella in la Vall de Rials d’Alella. We use a deflow plow to clean up the sand and extract the ancient roots that may still exist. What do you think of this technique?

Wine and cheese, the most exquisite of pairings

Wine and cheese have always formed the most exquisite of pairings. Join us for a taste of our best wines, accompanied by artisanal cheeses from Formatges Can Pujol, producers of goat and sheep cheeses located very close to our winery in the Serralada Litoral. Come and discover a new way of enjoying the land!

The price includes:
– Taste of 4 Can Pujol cheeses
– Taste of 4 Bouquet d’Alella wines
– Guided tour of the vineyards and winery
– Sunday, February 23 (12h)
– Sunday March 22 (12h)
Activity duration: 2h 30 min
Price per person: € 30
Child price up to 10 years: € 18

Bouquet d’Alella at Montpellier’s Millessime Bio fair

This week, Bouquet d’Alella is taking part for the first time in one of the most important organic wine fairs in the world, the Millessime Bio that takes place in Montpellier from January 27 to 29. Needless to say that we are very happy to be one of the 1,200 exhibitors from 22 countries that present their wines in such an event.

Pruning the vineyards

Today we are pruning the vineyards. We do it by hand with each one of the strains in the 14 hectares of vineyards that surround the winery. Quite a painstaking job, but also a must in order to welcome a new life cycle. The one that will begin next spring here at Bouquet d’Alella.