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El Celler d'en Marc
A dynamic Belgian couple fell in love with a fourteenth-century listed farmhouse with an old wine cellar: Mas Pagès. The property was at the foot of the Gavarres massif and very close to the Mediterranean Sea, in the perfect place for making wine.
They planted all the fields with vines, naming them after their four daughters, and then after a long wait, tending the vines with a great deal of patience, passion and love for nature, they picked their first grape-harvest by hand.
With the same passion they transformed the farmhouse into a country guesthouse and fitted the wine cellar with all the most modern equipment. El Celler d’en Marc was born.
Nowadays, we can share their passion simply by visiting the winery, strolling through the vineyards and tasting their wines in the authentically Catalan medieval setting.