Pla de Bages

Pla de Bages

41° 46' 00" N


1° 46' 00" E




about this subregion

Nestled in the heart of Catalonia, Spain, the Pla de Bages sub-region is a hidden gem for wine enthusiasts seeking a unique and authentic wine experience. This picturesque area boasts a diverse environment that plays a crucial role in shaping the distinctive character of its wines.

Pla de Bages benefits from a diverse climate, with hot summers and cool winters, creating an ideal setting for vine cultivation. The region's undulating landscapes, ranging from rolling hills to elevated plateaus, further contribute to its wine-growing charm. The proximity to the Montserrat mountain range and the Llobregat River also provides a unique terroir that imparts a special quality to the wines.

Among the most planted red grape varieties in Pla de Bages, Tempranillo and Garnacha reign supreme. These grapes thrive in the Mediterranean climate, developing intense flavors and balanced acidity. Tempranillo offers deep, rich notes, while Garnacha adds a touch of fruitiness and complexity to the red wines of the region.

For white wines, Macabeo takes the lead, displaying its versatility in adapting to the local terroir. The resulting white wines are crisp, fresh, and aromatic, reflecting the natural beauty of Pla de Bages.

Pla de Bages is more than just a wine destination; it's an immersion into Catalonia's natural beauty and winemaking tradition. Visiting this charming sub-region is an opportunity to savor wines that are a true reflection of their environment, a testament to the passion and dedication of its winemakers.


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Discover Terroir

The Pla de Bages DO comprises 26 municipalities located in the region of Bages and Moianés.

The region has a continental and mediterranean climate. This means that rainfall in Pla de Bages is not usually high, which combined with a large thermal oscillation between day and night results in an ideal environment for the development of the vine.

The soil of the Pla de Bages wine region is predominantly composed of limestone and clay, with some areas having gravel and sand deposits. These diverse soil types contribute to the distinct terroir and character of the wines produced in the region.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Tempranillo, Garnacha

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Macabeo

Nestled in the picturesque Catalonia region of Spain, the Pla de Bages wine region delights wine enthusiasts with an enticing range of red and white wines, each bearing the imprint of its unique terroir.

Red wines take center stage in Pla de Bages, and one of the most esteemed grape varieties is Tempranillo (locally known as Ull de Llebre). Grown in the region's higher-altitude vineyards, Pla de Bages Tempranillo wines captivate with their deep ruby hues and captivating aromas of red berries and spices. On the palate, these wines showcase a harmonious balance of ripe fruit, elegant tannins, and a touch of Mediterranean herbs. Garnacha (Grenache) is another beloved red grape in Pla de Bages, delivering wines of charming fruit-forward character. Garnacha wines from the region enchant with their luscious cherry and raspberry flavors, coupled with soft tannins, making them a delightful choice for various occasions.

While reds dominate, Macabeo reigns supreme among the white wines of Pla de Bages. This versatile grape variety thrives in the region's diverse soils, imparting refreshing citrus and floral notes to the wines. Pla de Bages Macabeo wines are crisp and bright, perfect for enjoying as a chilled aperitif or pairing with light seafood dishes.

With a profound respect for tradition and an eagerness for innovation, Pla de Bages winemakers craft wines that mirror the charm and beauty of their picturesque land. Whether savoring a robust Tempranillo or relishing the vibrancy of Macabeo, each bottle offers a delightful glimpse into the heart and soul of this remarkable Spanish wine region. Raise your glass to Pla de Bages, where time-honored craftsmanship meets the captivating allure of modern winemaking.