There is a wonderful range of wineries near Barcelona that serve and sell the best wine from the region from the local designations of origin, including Empordà, Alella, Penedès, Pla del Bages and many more. Many of these regions have wineries near Barcelona that are perfect for a day trip from the city.
Just a short train, bus ride, or car journey away, these wineries offer a range of activities, such as tours of their facilities, in addition to wine tasting and pairing with food from the region.
If this sounds like your perfect day, why not plan a short getaway to discover the land of Catalonia, home to great wines and cavas, with these wineries near Barcelona!
Finca el Maset, s/n – 08796 Pacs del Penedès (Barcelona)
The family-owned bodega Torres is one of the most historical wineries near Barcelona. What’s more, it is Spain’s largest winery and has been around for five generations. Located in the Penedès designation of origin, it can be reached by car via the AP7 motorway, exit 28 (South) or exit 30 (North).
If you’re travelling by public transport you can take the commuter train R4 (direction Manresa) to Vilafranca del Penedès. The train runs every half hour and takes a little over 1 hour. The winery is then a short taxi ride from the station.
Discover its Mas La Plana winery and visit the Waltraud Bodega. Tours start from €16 and last 1 hour 45 minutes for the standard tour (including 4 wines to sample) or 2 hours if you’d like to pair your wine with traditional tapas or a selection of cheeses.
Also, why not visit their Jardí Restaurant El Celleret where you can sample the wines of this bodega alongside some of the best food of the region.
Av. Sant Josep de Calassanç, 8,
08328 Alella, Barcelona
Offering tours in Spanish, Catalan, English and French, Bouquet d’Alella is one of the most charming wineries near Barcelona. This small, family-run winery prides itself on producing the best quality wines in small numbers. Tickets cost €15 and include a tour of the vineyards overlooking the mountains and the sea, plus the bodega and 2 wine samples.
Or why not plan a surprise for that special occasion, and book a private tour and sunset meal among the vineyards? The charming village of Alella can be reached by bus E19 from Ronda de Sant Pere and the winery is a short walk from the bus station.
Carrer de Joan Sala, 2,
08770 Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, Barcelona
Another of the wineries near Barcelona in the Penedès designation of origin is Freixenet. Discover the origins of this world-renowned cava with a tour of the old bodega, which dates back to 1922, and the newer part, which employs cutting-edge technology to ensure the quality of their bottles.
The tour includes a visit and samples of two sparkling wines. Getting there from Barcelona is simple thanks to the “Freixetren” combined ticket, which includes a return train fare and tour of the bodegas. Tours are conducted in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, and German.
Carretera de Mollet a Masarac
17752 Mollet de Peralada
Alt Empordà, Spain
In the Alt Empordà designation of origin is La Vinyeta, one of the most enchanting wineries near Barcelona, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. In addition to guided tours of their winemaking facilities, discover their wine tasting courses, gourmet lunches and picnics in the grounds, cooking classes and over-night stays in the heart of nature.
It takes just over 1 hour and a half to get there by car from Barcelona. Alternatively, there is also the option to get the commuter train to Figueres. The bodega is a 20-minute taxi ride from the station.
Oller de Mas
Carretera d’Igualada C-37z km 91
Boasting over 400 hectares of land and views of Montserrat, Oller de Mas is one of the wineries near Barcelona you simply can’t miss. This medieval castle on the Pla del Bages estate is owned by the Margenta family and prides itself on the production of organic wine. Discover a range of grape varieties – all grown in their own vineyards – from Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
Tours of the winery and wine tasting starts from €15. Additionally, why not make it extra special by booking a meal at the newly opened BAGES 964 restaurant, taking a 4×4 tour of the vineyards, or discovering the grounds in a horse-drawn carriage. Get there by train to Manresa (R4 line) or 1-hour car drive.
Another of the wineries near Barcelona located in the Penedès designation of origin, in the Garraf Natural Park, is Finca Viladellops. With guided tours in a range of languages of its vineyards, olive groves and almond orchards, visitors get the chance to learn about the history of this winery dating back to 1877.
To make this the perfect day trip from Barcelona (only 50 minutes away by car), we recommend you also pay a visit to the medieval village of Viladellops and its historical castle, chapel and tower.
We hope you enjoyed this list of wineries near Barcelona! Cheers!