Priorat & Montsant

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.

Priorat private wine tour & tasting

An emphasis on tasting

  • Overview of the history of the region.
  • Tastings at two wineries in the morning
  • Lunch at a top-end restaurant (*)
  • Third winery tasting in the afternoon
An emphasis on visiting

  • Overview of the history of the region.
  • First winery visit & tasting in the morning
  • Lunch at a top-end restaurant w/ additional wines and guided tasting (*)
  • Second winery visit & tasting in the afternoon

* 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.

What’s Included:

  • Local knowledge from the only professional wine writer based in the entire region
  • Complimentary copies of the author’s Priorat & Montsant wine books (40€ value)
  • One-year subscription to (50€ value)
  • Certified sommelier guided tastings throughout the day including the visits and lunch
  • All tasting & winery visit fees
  • Translation from Spanish/Catalan to English
  • Three course lunch at a local restaurant with wine included
  • Pick up & return to the Falset-Marçà train station (or local hotel if staying in the region) and transportation throughout the day
  • Time permitting, additional, regional-specific gastronomic/cultural activities


  • 299€ per person (247.11€ + 51.89€ 21% VAT)
  • Price is for minimum two people. For groups of three people or more, there is a 15% discount off the listed price
  • Price does not include arrival to Priorat. Please consult transportation options or write to the email below for more information.
  • All participants in the tour must be 18 years of age or older

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Winery Availability: 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.

Tours are not available on Saturdays nor Sundays due to the limited staff of the small cellars in the region. For similar reasons and preparations for the harvest, tours are not available for the entirety of August.