Freixenet and Segura Viudas restart their wine tourism activity
Both wineries keep the capacity controlled and meet demanding security and protection measures.
Grupo Freixenet’s wineries in the Penedès region, Freixenet and Segura Viudas, restart their wine tourism activity after the break caused by the Covidien-19 and do so with new wine tourism proposals adapted to the situation. The two wineries maintain a controlled capacity for visitors and have increased security measures following the recommendations of the health authorities.
The Freixenet winery reactivates the “Freixenet Tour” from June 8, the visit to the cellars with a new adapted tour that includes tasting of two cavas on the “Cava Bar” terrace. Visits take place from Monday to Sunday and prior reservation is required at www.freixenet.es. As a novelty, two new daily activities will also be offered: the refreshing vermouth with Freixenet ICE from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the pairing tasting with chocolate, cheese or Iberian cured meats at 12 p.m.
The Torrelavit winery Segura Viudas is currently opening its Segura Viudas Wine Bar terrace offering its cavas and wines and a full tapas menu. The hours are from Thursday to Sunday from 12 noon to 3pm and on Fridays and Saturdays also from 8pm to 11pm. In addition, during the Friday nights of June the winery offers “Segura Viudas a La Fresca” an innovative gastronomic and cultural proposal of proximity in collaboration with local businesses, chefs and artists. Previous reservation is required at www.seguraviudas.com.
The first activity will be held next Friday, June 5 at 9pm consisting of a tasting of Segura Viudas wines and cavas with Xerigots cheeses. The second week of June a Japanese night will be held with a tasting of sushi and cava with chef Miquel Soria from Vilafranca del Penedès. On Friday June 19 there will be a Rock & Cava session where there will be a performance by La Fresca de Torrelavit; and on the last Friday of the month there will be a dinner with a cava tasting and Simon Coll chocolates from Sant Sadurní d’Anoia.