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We are winegrowers since 1448.

In 1980, we started a common project to create wines and cavas to represent the identity of our terroirs.

Today, these are cultivated following the principles of ecological and biodynamic agriculture, where the land, plants, animals and man work together to improve and preserve the natural balance of the ecosystem.

Biodynamic agriculture: pioneers and convinced.

Vins el Cep is aware of all the sustainable initiatives that have to do with the cure of our planet.

We have an absolute commitment to organic and biodynamic production for 20 years now. And, today, we continue to be committed.

Products such as MIM Natura Pinot Noir are a true reflection of this. A 100% organic cava.

Claror among the best sparkling wines

And, as a true honor, our cavas are present in the restaurant. Our Claror has a prominent place. Thanks to, among others, Joan Carles Ibáñez, head of the Lasarte restaurant, and one of the best sommeliers in the country, who worked for 20 years as sommelier at the "Racó de Can Fabes" and always praised the quality of our sparkling wines.

The Paraje Cualificado Cava places the cava at the top of the qualitative pyramid of the sparkling wine and, our Claror, as one of the references among the Premium Cavas of the Penedés.

In 1980, the Carreras, Esteve, Masana and Parera families from Penedès, set out to make wines and cavas creating the Vins El Cep winery in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia.

Producers of wines since 1980, they shared their knowledge to produce wines and cavas from the land.

With an interest in recovering the tradition and techniques of yesteryear, at the end of 2003 Vins el Cep began to apply the techniques of biodynamic agriculture, selecting the most suitable vineyards for macabeo, xarel·lo and parellada: old vines, calcareous soil and privileged location.

Barcelona Wine Week (BWW), promoted by Feria Barcelona through Alimentaria Exhibitions, with the support of the Spanish Wine Federation (FEV), ICEX, INCAVI and other institutions, was held for the first time at Feria Barcelona's Montjuïc venue from February 3 to 5, 2020.

More than 15,600 professionals (13.6% from 54 countries); more than 50 top-level experts, with tastings and presentations such as the executive editor of Wine Spectator, Thomas Matthews, sommeliers François Chartier, Ferran Centelles and David Seijas, and the Master of Wine Pedro Ballesteros, among many others.