Fresh, sparkling, delicious…What makes Cava so special?

  One of the many great things that Catalan culture has is its gastronomy. And if you have to mention one of the abounding high-quality products that Catalonia gives to the world, it has to be its wine.  And in this category, Cava deserves its own recognition. Unfairly known during decades as the ‘Mediterranean Champagne’,… Read More


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If you ever planned to visit Barcelona in 2017, this is the year of Puig i Cadafalch, one of Barcelona’s favourite architects. It’s a year where many institutions around the world, from Harvard to la Sorbone, commemorate a hundred and fifty years since the birth of this prolific architect, historian and politician. We first talked… Read More


Josep Puig i Cadafalch, famous portrait by Ramón Casas

  Take a glass of Codorníu, 2017 has been declared the year of Josep Puig i Cadafalch due to his century-and-a-half anniversary. This year, many institutions are offering several events to commemorate the birthday of this master architect, archeologist and politician. In addition, it’s been 100 years since he became president of Catalonia. L’any Puig i… Read More


Codorníu cellars was founded in 1551

Codorníu is a Catalan company that has been producing wine since the 16th century. Founded in 1551 it is the oldest family company in Spain and one of the 20 world’s oldest companies. The first company in Spain to make Cava was Codorníu in 1872. Cava is made following the “Méthode Champenoise”: it is sparkling… Read More