Parés Baltà Blog
News and daily inner working of a family winery in Penedès wine region. In a winery where biodynamic farming is the flagship, time and the rhythm of nature have an extraordinary importance. Here we will explain how our wines are made with the maximum attention to their sense of place and vintage and the utmost care of our winemakers.
Celebrate Saint George’s Day with Parés Baltà: give experiencies, winetourism and organic wine.
Parés Baltà is a winery that speaks with a woman's voice; not only because the oenologists are women, sisters-in-law who both love with the world of wine, but also because Parés Baltà is a winery where the presence of women is, and has always been, crucial. On...
Biodynamic agriculture works with the vital energies in nature and not only with the material needs. That is why the consideration of cosmic rhythms in the cultivation of plants is so important.
Drought was the main feature of the entire 2021 growing season, with the exception of September, when rainfall was almost daily. From January to August, 135 l/m2 fell, and 139 l/m2 fell in September alone.
In biodynamic viticulture, agricultural work and winemaking are carried out in harmony with the lunar calendar and following the cosmic rhythms, as its influence is believed to be decisive in obtaining a good harvest or a balanced wine.
We propose our essentials for spring, 3 fresh, aromatic and soft wines that cannot be missed in your cellar/collection and that will help you to reach the desired summer holidays in good spirits and with a fresh, lively palate.
Parés Baltà is a winery that expresses itself through the voices of women winemakers, where passion, heritage, tradition and innovation go hand in hand.
Sabrage is a technique to open a bottle of cava with a sword. But in fact, you don't even need a sword to do the sabrage, it can be done with a knife or a glass. It only takes a little skill, a bottle of cava and a lot of enthusiasm. Our winemaker Marta Casas shows...
In the specific case of cheese pairing, what we are really looking for is the balance between the aromatic intensity of the wine and the depth of flavour of the cheese.
Despite some things getting better with age, we’ve all found at some point in our lives that nothing lasts forever. This is an intrinsic fact to organic food and materials. Wine is no different, wine is alive, and as a result, it has a life cycle.