15 July 2020
At last summer is here and there is far more to the hotter months than just sea and sand. Wherever you are, close by there is a tasty treat waiting for you at Catalonia's food festivals
In the morning:Mestres / Sant Sadurní d'AnoiaRecords in Sant Sadurní dating back to 1312 show the Mestres family as owner of vineyards and traders of grain and wine. That means the family has been involved...
In the morning:Segura Viudas / Castellví de la MarcaThe beginnings were around the eleventh century during the Reconquista, with the most accepted hypothesis linking the land to the monastery of Sant...
Anchovies are an ingredient that epitomise the historical depth of Catalan cuisine
The good weather has finally arrived and it is time to get out and about. Across the country there is a veritable feast of food festivals with something to tempt every palate.
In the morning :Celler Vall Llach:Porera(Priorat)Cellar Vall Llach was founded in the early 1990s by singer Lluís Llach and notary Enric Costa in Porrera, one of the villages in the south of Catalonia...
Catalonia produces a select range of sheep milk products, mainly in the Ripollès region
In the morning :Casa Beal:Sant Julia de Loria (Andorra)Casa Beal is the name of a winery belonging to the Visa-Tor family who have brought wine production back to Andorra after more than a century. This...
The advent of spring signals a flurry of food festivals celebrating local produce from Pals rice and Tarragona seafood to tapas on the Costa Brava and fresh artichokes in Prat de Llobregat
It's now time to celebrate the humble pea
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