Wine and cheese pairing

A classic with infinite possibilities
from 20.00€ Registered users from 19.00€ Tour included
  • When

    Schedule from 19th November to 31st March:

    Saturdays and 7th, 27th, 28th  December and 2nd, 3rd, 4th January:

    • Catalan: 11h
    • English: 10h

    Sundays and public holidays:

    • Spanish: 12h 
    • English: 10h


    Closed: 1/01, 06/01, 25/12, 26/12.

    Public holidays:  01/11, 6/12, 8/12, 24/12, 31/12.



  • Where

    Winery in the Penedès

    Visitor's Centre

    How to arrive

Four wines, four cheeses. Brie-style, medium-aged, aged and blue cheeses seek their perfect match in similarity and contrast pairings with wines from our winery.

Discover the winemaking heritage of the Familia Torres with an experience built on two cornerstones of Mediterranean gastronomy: wine and cheese.

Guaranteed pleasure.




  • Visit to the Mas La Plana vineyard
  • Visit to the Waltraud Cellar
  • Pairing of 4 wines and 4 artisan cheeses
  • Expert guide or sommelier throughout the tour

More details

  • Duration: 2h
  • Previous reservation only.
  • For groups, please contact to our reservations department.

How to arrive

Bodega en el Penedès (Pacs del Penedès)
Finca el Maset, s/n - 08796 Pacs del Penedès (Barcelona) - a 3 km. de Vilafranca del Penedès
Latitude: 41.349432, Longitude: 1.667175  See on a map


Motorway: AP7 - Exit 28 (southbound) or 30 (northbound) , 50 km south of Barcelona

Train RENFE - Vilafranca del Penedès (a taxi is required to reach the winery 3km out of town)

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