Herència Altés winery

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Family winery founded by Nuria Altés and Rafael De Haan. They currently have 50 hectares of organic vineyards and a project to preserve biodiversity and the landscape, where the care of old vines and dry stone margins is key.

  350.000     55 ha

Visits and wine tourism at the Herència Altés winery 


• Arrange visit
• Monday to friday: 11h and 16h
• Weekend and holidays: 10h and 12h

  • Discovering Altés Heritage:
    Visit to the vineyards + Winery + 4 wine tasting: 15 € / 2h
  • Visit Wine Lovers:
    Vineyards + Winery + tasting tanks + 4 estate wines: 30 € / 2h and 30min
    (minimum 4 pax)
  • To the rhythm of the Garnatxa Blanca:
    Specialized visit vineyards + winery + tasting 5 GB wines: 25€ / 2h and 30min
    (minimum 4 pax)
  • A taste of the countryside:
    High altitude picnic among vineyards with views in Terra Alta + environmental project route. 22€ / free (minimum 2 pax)


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Visit vineyards

Wines from the Herència Altés winery

• Herència Altés Garnatxa Blanca
• Herència Altés Rosat
• Herència Altés Garnatxa Negra
• Herència Altés Cupatge
• Benufet
• Celastrina
• L’Estel
• La Pilosa
• Trementinaire
• Verema Tardana
• La Serra Blanc
• La Serra Negre
• La Xalamera
• Lo Grau de l’Inquisidor

Herencia Altés is a family winery founded in 2010 by Nuria Altés and Rafael De Haan.
In 2015 the 50 hectares of vineyards the winery works with were converted to organic farming and in 2016 the new winery was built in the middle of the vineyards of Lo Grau del Inquisidor, where a project dedicated to the preservation of biodiversity and landscape has been developed.

Some of the actions carried out include the planting of 13,000 feet of flora (including herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees), the installation of nesting boxes for insectivorous birds and shelters for bats, and the implementation of a project to reintroduce the barn owl and the kestrel. The habitats have been improved with the recovery of open environments such as natural meadows, the adaptation of two water points and the repair of dry stone margins. Furthermore, this is a sustainable project, as 80% of the energy used comes from photovoltaic panels installed on the roof of the winery, its carbon footprint is below the European average and they are committed to reducing it year after year, reaching zero emissions by 2050.

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2 reviews

  1. Muy contentos con la visita. Mónica hace un trabajo genial y te hace estar muy cómodo toda la visita.
    Merece la pena.

  2. Un recorrido muy interesante tanto de la zona como de la finca en sí misma y muy bien llevados por Mónica la anfitriona. Se percibe el objetivo ecológico de los dueños de la finca. Muybuena cata

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Finca El Grau, N420, km 798, 43786 Gandesa
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