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Don't you miss the wine room where you can taste and learn about new local wineries? 😋


We very much! That is why in this edition 2022 Nomad Xperience will have the collaboration ofFetén Wines, company specialized inMassif del Garraf: Penedès Coast Natural Park.

In our Gourmet Room, we will have the presentation of8 traditional wineriesfrom the Massís del Garraf and a selection of its productions, which will be available for you to taste.

Each of the 10 days of the Nomad Xperience will be dedicated to one of the wineries, plus two special days:ADN Garraf and Malvasia Power!


The special ADN Garraf and Malvasia Power Conferences have their own theme:

-ADN Garraf will be a tasting where we will compare different productions from different wineries, in search of the DNA of the Massís del Garraf.

- Malvasía Power is a monograph dedicated to monovarietal elaborations based on Malvasia de Sitges, the most unique grape variety from the Garraf massif and one of the most special in the world!

In addition, there will be a daily presentation of each winery, carried out by Fetén Wines and in some cases the owners of the winery themselves.

The main activity of the day will take place atRáco de l'Avia:a tast guided by Fetén Wines, where we will discover the productions selected by each winery. 

Each tasting will consist of 5 wines, which we will discover in an easy and intuitive way. You don't need to be an expert, it's suitable for all audiences!

Places are limited, so we recommend that you make your reservation. 

Both single and double tickets include: entry to Nomad Festival + wine tasting + VIP parking access and a few more surprises!

Here is the tasting schedule

Every day two times: at 7pm and 8.15pm 

Do you want to know more?

We discover the wineries you will find this year at the Nomad Festival Xperience


Small family winery located in the Natural Park of Foix (at the foot of the Massís del Garraf, in Santa Margarida and les Monjos).

Founded in 2009 by Jordi Raventós with the aim of recovering the family winemaking activity with ancestral and minority varieties that his grandfather had worked on in the past.
Since then it has not stopped growing and rediscovering forgotten and disappeared varieties such as Malvasia Vermella de Sitges or Limonera.
Jordi practices organic and natural viticulture. Their wines are long-lived, with very good evolution in the bottle. Thanks to his effort and perseverance, a new universe has opened up in the world of Malvasia de Sitges.

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In the heart of Baix Penedès (Santa Oliva, el Vendrell), Josep Maria Rosell and Rebeca Ollé recovered this small family project in 2010.


They are the fifth generation to work on this estate, a history that began around 1868. They do it based on ecological agriculture, defending the vine as a living element and native varieties as the basis of their viticulture.

With old and low-yielding vines (all around the estate), their efforts are based on bottling the essence of the limestone soil of Santa Oliva, pampering the soil and the vine, with a clear commitment to aging in damajuanes and amphorae, making a long list of wines as tasty and drinkable as possible.

They come to the market without Denomination of Origin.


Winery founded in 1980, located in Olérdola in the middle of the Garraf Massif, surrounded by mountains and forest with calcareous soil and Mediterranean biodiversity.

Family business with25 hectares of organic vinesin property (and 160 of forest) where years ago they opted for Subirat Parent (Dried Malvasia) as the main variety for their productions, not forgetting the native and other international varieties that have adapted very well to their terroir.

Jordi Valls, its oenologist and visible head, produces unique, territorial and very expressive wines.
Wines without designation of origin, but which clearly show the territory from which they come.
Products that age very well in the bottle whether aged or not.
Although Garraf is one of the more unknown wineries, it has a lot of potential.


In the center of the Massís del Garraf, there is the Masia de la Roqua: a family house founded in 1164 and built literally on the limestone rock.

The vineyard around the farmhouse has been cultivated for over 350 years. 

After training in different parts of the world, Jot returned home in 2012, recovered the family tradition of making wines and planted the seed of what is today Masia de la Roqua.

Their goal is always to keep the ecosystem as alive as possible, not just the vineyard, which is why the entire forest is worked ecologically: balance with nature is everything. A beautiful example is how the Miranda Foundation recovers abandoned and abused horses, which graze in the woods surrounding Masia de la Roqua maintaining this ecosystem balance.

All the wines are fermented with wild yeasts and always minimal intervention in the cellar, to give full prominence to the terroir of the Massís del Garraf.

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La Serra farmhouse is a 12th-century country house located in the Garraf Massif at the foot of Montrgòs, in a mountain range that reaches to the sea: Home of the Bartra family for generations.
Pioneers with organic agriculturein the area after more than 30 years of practicing it.

The vine coexists with carobs, cereals, pine forests and Mediterranean shrubs. The marine influence (4 km from the coast and 100 m high) strongly marks the typicality of Vega de Ribes wines.

Enric Bartra has been a key figure in recovering, reproducing and preventing the disappearance of Malvasia de Sitges, and today he is possibly the person who knows the variety best, to show his Sasserra: A must. Now it's the turn of the new generations!

Vega de Ribes wines come from 100% owned vineyards that surround the farmhouse, are always fermented with wild yeasts, avoid invasive aging and evolve fantastically in the bottle.

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In the quiet village of Olesa de Bonesvalls, in the Can Tutusaus estate, there is the VallDolina winery.


Family farm founded in 1729, with 11 hectares of organic and mostly old vines and surrounded by 76 hectares of Mediterranean forest.

A spectacular landscape of mini-plots and terraces where Raimon Badell has opted for low-production native varieties, sustainability and respect for the vine (with biodynamic ideas) to produce terroir wines, with the Garraf typicity very marked and great evolution in the bottle.


It labels under the DO Penedès and only adds yeast to the second fermentation of the sparkling wines.

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ThePuig Batet wineryis a small family business located in Sant Pere de Ribes, in the beautiful estate of Corral d'en Masó, in the middle of the Massís del Garraf. Located in a privileged environment, and surrounded by its hundred-year-old vineyards, where they grow native varieties strongly influenced by both the sea and the mountains.

The family has been cultivating the vineyard since 1920 and currently the third generation composed of Xavi, Manel and Joan, together with the fourth with Natàlia and Manel, join forces to publicize and enhance the legacy left to them by their grandfather

They elaborateartisanal wines with organic farming, where all the harvesting is done manually.


They have some of the oldest (and most beautiful) vineyards in the Massís del Garraf, they work with wild yeasts and their wines are very expressive of the territory they come from. You can't miss them!

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At the beginning of the 18th century, viticulture predominated in Sitges and the Malvasia grape was dominant. With the passage of time and due to different factors, such as being affected by the plagues of powdery mildew or phylloxera, its decline began which was accentuated at the beginning of the 20th century with the emergence of tourism and later with real estate speculation.

In 1935, there was only one winery left in the village and aware that it would eventually disappear, its owner, Mr. Llopis de Casades, just before he died, donated the winery and vineyards to the Hospital Sant Joan Baptista, on the condition that they make wine every year of Malvasia and thus avoid its disappearance (Llopis Legacy).

Today, Alba Gràcia and Sergi Martín are the visible faces of the Sant Joan Baptist Hospital Foundation in Sitges, managing the Malvasia Interpretation Center and the Celler.
The scarce hectare of vines in Aiguadolç (at the beginning of the Garraf coast) was preserved.

This old vineyard is the origin of all the Sitges malvasas that are known today and at the same time the flagship of the Hospital's five productions.

Also noteworthy is the urban vineyard next to the hospital itself, one of the secrets of Sitges and a vineyard that has received international recognition.
The wines are marked by tradition, organic farming and the sea breeze. Essential to know.

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