Free shipping on orders over 60€ to Spanish peninsula.



Honeymoon wine, the most sensual and aromatic wine from Parés Baltà

Honeymoon honours its origins, the honeymoon of Joan Cusiné and his wife Maria Àngels Carol, the second generation of the winery. Since then, this young fruity organic wine seduces at first sip with its intensity, aroma and freshness. 

Today, the Parés Baltà winemakers, María Elena and Marta, are in charge of maintaining and accentuating the aromas in a wine made from grapes grown at Finca Les Torres at an altitude of over 750 metres above sea level. A very cool microclimate that manages to maintain the intense aroma of the grapes until the end of its ripening process.


Vegan Wine
Certified Organic Agriculture by CCPAE

Tasting Note


Straw yellow colour with bright golden reflections.


Good aromatic intensity, with delicate floral notes (orange blossom) combined with very ripe white fruits (pear, apricot).


Elegant entry on the palate, with a balanced acidity due to the residual sugars in the wine, which gives way to a smooth and pleasant mouthfeel.

“In the mouth it is slightly sweet but fresh, with a long finish that leaves an attractive and sensual fruity aftertaste”.

El País

Carlos Delgado, journalist


Honeymoon is made with a selection of the freshest grapes grown organically on our Penedès estates.


Hand harvested. The grapes are received at the winery, and after gently crushing the grapes, fermentation is carried out at 16ºC in stainless steel vats for 3 weeks. We stop the end of fermentation to preserve a minimum level of residual sugar.

Wine suitable for vegans. Wine made with organic grapes and minimum intervention in the cellar.

How to pair this organic and vegan wine

Perfect for pairing with all types of fish and seafood. Good with salads and cold dishes. Ideal to drink by the glass.

Recommended serving temperature between 6ºC and 8°C.

When to enjoy Honeymoon

Enjoy it on that romantic evening with your partner. It will seduce you.


Newspaper El País. Wines for the quarantine. Carlos Delgado, journalist

You may also like…