Guided tour at Freixenet cellars
Freixenet has been making cava for over a hundred years, becoming one of
the largest producers worldwide, and the number one in Spain, currently
exporting to over 150 countries. The Freixenet Winery is located in the heart
of the Penedès region in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, about 40 kilometers from
Barcelona, within easy reach by motorway and train.
The doors of the Freixenet Winery have been open to the public for many
years, so that everyone can enter into the magical world of those tiny bubbles.
On our traditional visits, the visitor can take a closer look at the cava
making process, and get practical advice about buying, keeping and drinking
An audiovisual history of
Freixenet (10 minutes)
- Guided tour of the 1922
- Visit to the cellars dating
from the 70s and 90s by miniature train
- Two glass of cava to taste
(grape juice for children)
buy additional glasses of any one of the range by Freixenet. Here we also offer
a selection of charcuterie, cheeses and other local products.
- Shop ‘Dolores Ferrer by
LENGTH OF VISIT:
approximately 1 hour 30 minutes
During the week: Spanish tour at 12:00, English tour at 12:30.
Weekends and holidays: English tour at 11:00, Catalan tour at 11:30 and Spanish tour at 12:00.