Excellence through long ageing

It was about 130 years ago when our great-grandfather Pau Batlle sensed that his wines made of the Xarel·lo grape had a unique ageing capacity. Josep Lluís and Bartomeu Gramona confirmed this remarkable capability of our sparkling Xarel·lo wines some 70 years later.

Gramona always believed, on the contrary to the established paradigm that held, that the sparkling wines from Penedès had to be young, that excellence in sparkling wines comes in equal parts from the land –soil, climate, human being- and from a long ageing process.

With the aim of exploring this paradigm shift in more depth, in 1997 Jaume and Xavier Gramona took up on the idea of taking the sparkling wine ageing process to extremes unknown by wine lovers to that day. And thus Enoteca Gramona was born -the first sparkling destined to exceed the 10 years’ ageing previously attained by the Celler Batlle.

Through Enoteca we have reaffirmed our learning: when you incrase the time a sparkling spends resting in bottle, it becomes more expressive, while retaining a commendable freshness, creating a deeper and more complex drinking experience.

Today we can humbly say that Enoteca Gramona is the culmination of the path initiated by our great-grandfather over a century ago and the finest work of our craftsmen, so far.



Gramona's first long-aged sparkling wine was the 1951 vintage

Wine growing has been in the Gramona family since 1850 and it has been a producer of sparkling since the start of the 20th century. Gramona’s first attempt at long-ageing was in 1951 with their II Lustros. They had noticed that some sparkling wines went well over 10 years ageing on their lees and not sold because of the Spanish civil and world wars, showed a surprising capacity to age well. The concept of long-aged sparkling wines from Penedès is currently exemplified by III Lustros and Celler Batlle. That this style of sparkling has been continued to this day, is a testament to the Gramona family’s perseverance and tenacity.

The Origin


  xarel·lo Time and science have proven the unique antioxydant properties of this grape, one of the oldest of the Mediterranean vineyards. We champion this variety and promote its potential for long ageing.
  macabeo The Macabeo brings an array of aniseed-like aromas. It is a native grape, which is very balanced in terms of body and aromas. It is blended with the Xarel·lo, in order to impart freshness, balance and elegance to the sparkling wine.

It is a Bordeaux-style landscape, a chateau concept, grouping plots of more than one grape variety

Font de Jui land covers about 22.5 hectares, among them, 15 are planted with Xarel·lo and 7.5 Macabeo. They extend from the Anoia River (La Plana, 100 metres above sea level), with its sandy-clay soils that brings us acidity, to the Mas Escorpí hill (350 metres above sea level), overlooking the town of Sant Sadurní, which, with its rocky soil and dry air, gives us elegance and finesse, and with the clay-loam soil of its slopes, gives us body.

We work the estate, like all our land, according to organic and biodynamic principles.

It is a Bordeaux-style landscape, a chateau concept, grouping plots of more than one grape variety, essential to the wine’s identity, around the Celler Batlle winery, located at the heart of the estate.



Life breathes into our vineyards and we keep seeking to increase levels of biodiversity

Our type of viticulture is based on a meticulous analysis and handling of the factors affecting our terroir and its habitat. We do not apply chemical herbicides or pesticides, but use natural resources with the principle aim of maintaining the balance of the environment. The maintenance of spontaneous vegetal cover creates spongy soils that promote the life of other plants, animals and insects, and provides better water drainage.

Through biodynamics, which goes one step beyond organic viticulture, Life breathes into our vineyards and we keep seeking to increase levels of biodiversity: we use plant-based infusions and decoctions to ward off pests and we produce our own animal and vegetal compost from our farm of cows, sheep, chickens, and horses.

The ultimate aim of our philosophy is the preservation of the vineyards for future generations and the expression of the wines which reflects our landscape and the identity of this land.

As we travel down this road, we, the caretakers of the land and the wine born from it, feel that we are increasingly becoming an integral part of nature and the universe that embraces it.


Time is the key that turns a wine into a fine sparkling wine

One of the fundamental ingredients in the production of wines that undergo such a long ageing process is Time. Time is the key that turns a wine into the fine sparkling that can be made in Penedès and today finds its ultimate expression in Enoteca. If time is the greatest of luxuries, then Enoteca is too. Only a few of the really enjoyable things in life take such a long time to craft. To the 15 years that one of our Enoteca can spend ageing, should be added 30 years on average that a vineyard requires to be able to produce this fine wine. Half a lifetime.

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Each bottle will develop its own personality, a product of the soil, the character of its wine and its ageing

We have a unique raw material for the creation of our longest-aged sparklings… our grapes, which are carefully picked by hand, selected on a sorting table, received into the winery through gravity flow, and pressed in whole bunches.

Deep down in the cellars, sealed with a natural cork stopper for the second fermentation, Enoteca has benefited from an ageing process "en rima" (on its side) that usually exceeds 12 years, but you can also enjoy Enotecas that have 14, 15,... or even 20 years ageing. Each bottle will develop its own personality, a product of the genetics of its soil, the character of its wine and its ageing using a craft process that involves the use of pupitre racks, with riddling and disgorgement carried out by hand.

Wine lovers can also try our Enotecas matured for some time after their disgorgement, when they have undergone an oxidative ageing process that makes them even more pleasurable to drink. To see if this sparkling has benefited from this post-disgorgement ageing, look for the date of disgorgement on the back label.

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We have bottles of sparkling wine that we have been ageing since 1930. Bottles from more than 40 different vintages which are not for sale. As we were sorting through our precious treasure, we had the idea for the Enoteca which is available nowadays.

The current vintage of the Enoteca on offer is the 2009; however some earlier vintages may be available, in small quantities, starting from the 1997. Each of these limited editions is numbered and carefully labelled by hand.

Welcome to the world of Gramona Enotecas.


Añada 1997


Year: hot and wet
Date of harvest: 6 September
Number of bottles: 40
Annual temperature: 15,55 ºC
Rainfall: 673,8 mm

Tasting notes.
Clarity, purity and precision, this wine is the essence of its original form that exudes finesse. It shows a pronounced marine-like character, giving the impression of a metallic salinity, verticality and tension on the palate. Surprisingly young, its pronounced acidity suggests a cellaring potential difficult to determine. This vintage was the first harvest to be brought forward, preserving the freshness that we find in the wine today.

The 1997 harvest was the earliest in the history of ... Read more the Cava Regulatory Body, at the time. There was heavy rainfall between September and October. Although, in the period from April to October, there had been very little rainfall compared to the 20-year average. This resulted in lower volume and a finer balance. Hide

Añada 1998


Year: mild
Date of harvest: 1 September
Number of bottles: 150
Annual temperature: 15,77 ºC
Rainfall: 439,7 mm

Tasting notes.
Serenity and complexity. The passage of time, the essential wisdom of the ageing process, shows itself in this wine’s roasted and autolytic character. It is resplendent on the palate, with a solid structure and well-honed acidity, and lingers endlessly with a long, pleasant persistence.

Very good quality, but much lower volume ... Read more (around 20% lower than last year). The region was hit by hail in May, resulting in a drop in production. The weather conditions remained good throughout the year, which led to a harvest of perfectly healthy grapes with a good balance of degree and acidity. Harvesting started earlier than usual, as it has in the past few years. Hide

Añada 1999


Year: hot and dry
FDate of harvest: 26 August
Number of bottles: 131
Annual temperature: 15,37 ºC
Rainfall: 388 mm

Tasting notes.
Maturity and charisma. This wine shows intensity and good definition. Its well-built body contrasts with a velvety texture. Both these sensations show a beautiful harmony. Round and vinous yet very fresh. This vintage illustrates the nobility of the fruit, showcased by the experience of the winemaker.

A few attacks of powdery mildew were localized and controlled in the spring. ... Read more It was a very early harvest due to high temperatures and a lack of rain in August. The little rainfall that there was, was concentrated in the month of September, during which there was even a hailstorm that mainly impacted the Macabeo; the Xarel·lo, due to its thicker skin, was less affected. This made hand picking and selection on the sorting table even more important than usual. Hide

Añada 2000


Year: mild
Date of harvest:31 August
Annual temperature: 15,5 ºC
Rainfall: 479,2 mm

Tasting notes.
Generous and hearty. This wine offers us a wide array of sensations. Well-structured and inviting on a palate which combines maturity and precision. This vintage produced a wine with concentration and depth.

The heat, drought and lack of water reserves (after a similarly dry 1999 ... Read more resulted in 15% less production, mainly caused by fruit set problems. On the upside, the high temperatures and the relatively low humidity facilitated the work in the vineyards, which were in excellent condition. Hide

Añada 2001


Year: hot and dry
Date of harvest: 30 August 
Annual temperature: 15,3 ºC
Rainfall: 370,7 mm

Tasting notes.
Voluptuous and intense. This wine has a rich, complex sensory profile, it is corpulent and shows a pronounced varietal character on the palate – it is the pure expression of Xarel.lo. Due to its freshness and verticality, this wine lingers endlessly on the palate. This was a year of extremes that blend together in a delicate balance of insolent elegance.

2001 was a harvest of extremes that resulted in a drastic drop in production ... Read more 3,500 hectares in the Penedés region were hit by frost in April. Meanwhile, the ongoing drought was of concern: in the first week of September there were under 100 lts./m2 (usually at that time, there are more than 400 lts./m2). The water stress suffered by the vine resulted in very small, high-grade berries (+1% Vol.). The grapes were in excellent condition, which made the work easier. As the harvest was 15 days earlier than usual, we were able to offset the total acidity and the concentration of sugars. Hide

Añada 2002


Year: cold and wet
Date of harvest: 1 September 
Annual temperature: 15 ºC
Rainfall: 744 mm

Restrained and subtle.
This wine, of noble and elegant character, stands out for its freshness, purity and austerity. Its mouthfeel alternates between a fine creaminess and tautness, coming together in a delicate balance and resulting in a vintage of great refinement, which reflects the challenges faced in vineyards.

The warmer months of June and July brought heavy rains that ... Read more lled to an increase in relative humidity, resulting in very localized outbreaks of disease, so we had to step up the work in the vineyards. Heavy rain in August was another big challenge which demanded extra work. This is when human intervention is all the more important; careful picking by hand in the vineyards and a second selection on the sorting table. This was the first harvest to go through the new Celler Batlle facilities. Hide

Añada 2002


Warm and moist vintage
Date of harvest: 31th August 
Annual temperature: 14,8 ºC
Rainfall: 503.9 mm

Sensual and balanced.
Deep and well defined, it is a fresh expression of the terroir it comes from. The toasted and creamy notes of the autolysis give it the complexity that makes it a serene and elegant sparkling wine.

The most remarkable feature of this vintage is the distribution of rainfall ... Read more throughout the year, where without being an exaggerated amount of water, it was distributed correctly throughout the cycle. Thanks to these reserves, the plant was able to develop a good growth, which led to a slow maturation and, therefore, a fresher acidity and optimal phenolic maturation at the time of harvest. The result was a balanced Macabeo, with good grade and acidity, and a very healthy Xarel.lo. In short: 2004 was a very good vintage for sparkling wine. Hide

Añada 2006


Warm, dry vintage
Date of harvest: 31th August 
Annual temperature: 16,5 ºC
Rainfall: 390 mm

Freshness and complexity.
This captivating sparkling wine reveals a surprisingly broad aromatic palette with a wide array of aromas evident from the very first nose. Its purity and freshness contrast with the toasty and creamy notes derived from the ageing process, making this a sparkling wine with endless nuances.

This was a vintage of great wines, with snowfall over the winter ... Read more and an extremely dry spring. Thanks to the summer rain, the vines were able to continue to grow smoothly and develop high-quality grapes. The Xarel-lo varietal provided extraordinary structure and acidity and, together with the Macabeo, expressed its aromatic intensity, finesse and elegance in a spectacular manner, resulting in this well-balanced sparkling wine, rich in nuances and with an acidity that will last over many years. Hide

Añada 2009


Moist vintage and homogeneous ripening
Date of harvest:macabeo august 21 and xarel·lo august 27 
Annual temperature: 14,7 ºC
Rainfall: 497 mm

Freshness and complexity.
This captivating sparkling wine reveals a surprisingly broad aromatic palette with a wide array of aromas evident from the very first nose. Its purity and freshness contrast with the toasty and creamy notes derived from the ageing process, making this a sparkling wine with endless nuances.

The rainy winter provided the plant a good water reserve and ensured it placid growth. ... Read more Observation and work in the vineyard allowed for disease control and perfect green cover management until the beginning of the summer. May and June were dry and July provided just the right amount of water for even ripening. It was also fast, thanks to an extremely dry and not very warm August and September. The result of this vintage was a very balanced cuvée with excellent overall acidity. Hide

Añada 2011


Moist vintage and excel·lent vintage
Date of harvest:two weeks before end of august 

Freshness and complexity.
This captivating sparkling wine reveals a surprisingly broad aromatic palette with a wide array of aromas evident from the very first nose. Its purity and freshness contrast with the toasty and creamy notes derived from the ageing process, making this a sparkling wine with endless nuances.

The spring rainfall left the vines in an excellent state of hydration. ... Read more The summer arri¬ved with fog and moderate temperatures, and in mid-July the heat intensified and dried out the atmosphere until the 30th, when a series of hail storms made the inter¬vention of the winegrowers necessary to help the vines to cicatrize. In August, the warm weather and lack of rain was the norm, and the macabeo and xarel-lo grapes were harvested in the penultimate week of August. The excellence was guaranteed by the selection of the grapes both in the vineyard and in the cellar entry. Hide

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An accolade from friends and opinion leaders

We consider Enoteca Gramona to be a fruit not only of the experience of five generations of a family dedicated to sparkling wine, but also as a result of the strength that have given us accolades from friends and opinion leaders who have believed in the ability to reap and in the possibility of excellence of our sparkling wines, and that we briefly mention in a modest homage:

Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Néstor Luján, Alfred Rexach, Betónica, Isabel Mijares, Bartolomé Sanchez, Custodio López Zamarra, l'Isidre, Michel Bettane, Juancho Asenjo, Agustí Peris, Alfred Peris, David Molina, Ferran Centelles, Javier Oliveira, Adolfo Gomez, Montse Alonso, Federico Oldenburg, Andrew Jefford, Eric Asimov, Will Lyons, José Peñín, Victor de la Serna, Tom Stevenson, Luis Garcia de la Navarra, Robert Parker, Jose Luis Casado, Antonio Casado, los Asturianos, Gila, Ángel, Juan Carlos Navares (Pipo), Juan Fernández Cuesta, el Gato,...
All of them and many more, some almost anonymous, have written or pushed with their opinion to dare to seek the excellence of Enoteca. The search for the "Holy Grail" of the Sparkling wines made in Penedès.

  • 'a bad day…luckily I have a box of III Lustros under the bed'

    Manuel Vázquez Montalbán

  • ‘The Cava that I would have in my private storage cellar’


  • ‘Can't think of a better sparkling wine tan this in Spain. Stunning’

    Tim Atkin

  • ‘Gramona is more sumptuous and refined that I ever dreamed a cava could be...’

    Andrew Jefford, Decanter

  • ‘It might have taken 130 years, but on this evidence -the tasting of Gramona - , it seems that some cava producers have finally earned a place on the top table of Sparkling wine.’

    Will Lyons, Wall Street Journal

  • ‘Gramona, the before and after of cava.’

    Eric Assimov, New York Times

  • ‘Gramona, the Aristocracy of Wine.’

    Alfred Rexach, La Vanguardia

  • ‘Don’t stop doing what you do, the only top sparkling with a different grape ...’

    Michel Bettane

  • ‘Cava in the Olympus. Gramona caused a sensation when tasted alongside the most prestigious Champagnes.’

    Federico Oldenburg, Fuera de Serie (Expansión)

  • ‘Gramona reaches the greatest expression of the best champagnes.’

    José Peñín

  • ‘Let us consider what is unquestionably the most impressive portfolio of cavas that money can buy.’

    Neil Martin, The Wine Advocate-Parker

  • ‘With its elegance and character it can compete with the best champagne’

    Federico Oldenburg, Fuera de Serie (Expansión)

  • ‘Gramona is by far the finest cava around, and belongs among the greatest sparkling wines of the world.’

    Tom Stevenson and Essi Abellan, The World Encyclopedia of Champagne and Sparkling Wine

  • Guía Peñín

    2023 - Enoteca Brut Nature 2006, Best Sparkling Wine in the 2023 Guide with 99 points, and one of the 12 best wines (100-99). Celler Batlle and III Lustros also received high recognition, with 98 and 95 points.

    2022 - Enoteca 2006 and Celler Batlle 2011, two icons of craftsmanship, top the podium of sparkling wines in the latest edition with 98 points. They are followed by III Lustros 2004 with 97 points.

    2021 - Enoteca Gramona 2004 is the Best Sparkling Wine of the Guide and the only one on the podium with 99 points. Celler Batlle 2010, III Lustros 2012 and the 1999 magnum join it on the podium.

    2020 - In this new edition of the Peñín Guide, Gramona obtains the best scores of sparkling wines with Celler Batlle 2005 and Enoteca 2004. "Today it has done again (...) it is simply the success of a pioneering and rupturist vision in the production of sparkling wines. Many wineries in the area took note of the work of Jaume and Xavier Gramona when they saw the results, and with that, an almost unexplored universe was opened up among the producers of sparkling wines in the country ”.

    2018 - Enoteca Gramona reaffirms once again the positioning of the top cavas reaching the ‘Olympus of the Peñín Guide’. In its latest edition, that of 2018, two of its vintages, 1997 and 2002, chosen as Best Cava with 98 points, being the highest punctuation given in this edition. Bothe vintages are described by the guide as cavas ‘blessed by a wide range of registers [...], all surrounded by a very long and fine bubble and with a structured finish’.

    2017 - In the last edition, Enoteca 2001 was awarded as the Best Cava and Best Wine in Spain, which was considered by the guide itself as ‘[...] a historic event of great significance, for opening a new path in the development of the appellation that supports the most sophisticated elaborations [...]’, since for the first time in the history of Spanish wine, a sparkling wine is chosen as the best Guide of wines. Enoteca Gramona gets 99 points, only granted five times in the 27 years of history of the most widespread and translated Guide of wines of Spain.

  • Mundovino 2017

    Best Cava 2015 (1997), 2016 (2001) and 2017 (2002) (tied), following a rigorous blind tasting. Enoteca Gramona was considered by the publication to be ‘a world-class sparkling wine, of great subtlety’.

  • World of Fine Wine 2016

    One of the most respected magazines in the UK organized the first blind tasing of the “Finest Cavas” to be held in the UK, with the participation of three highly experienced tasters: Andreas Larsson (World’s Best Sommelier 2007), Andrew Jefford (wine writer at Decanter and internationally recognized critic) and Jesús Barquín (sherry expert). The highest scorer was Enoteca 1997, followed by Enoteca 2001.

  • Gastroactitud 2013

    After trying the Enotecas from Gramona, respected wine expert, Federico Oldenburg, said, ‘they are sumptuous wines, which have set their sights very high: to compete in the Champions League of sparkling wines on equal terms with the great Champagnes, He also stated that Enotecas are high-flying cavas, which will appeal to even the most devoted champagne fans’.

  • Expansión - Fuera de Serie 2013

    ‘A Cava at the pinnacle of cavas, Gramona (Enotecas) caused a sensation when tasted blind alongside the most prestigious Champagnes’.

  • Guide of vins de Catalunya

    2020 The reference publication on Catalan wines, which blind tastes over 1,400 wines, places Enoteca Gramona 2004 among the “Els Millors” (the best) category as the “Millor Cupatge Tradi- cional” (best traditional blend).

    Enoteca 2002 Brut Nature, Best Sparkling Wine by the Vins de Catalunya Guide 2018. With this distinction, Enoteca consolidates its recognition in this guide since it was already chosen Best Sparkling Wine of the year in 2015 and Best Wine of the Guide in 2013, among all categories.

  • Gourmets wine guide

    2020 This diverse group of wine experts, which carries out a rigorous blind tasting, has considered Gramona to be the best sparkling wine in Penedès for the last 19 years. In the latest edition of the guide (2020), the Enoteca 2004 joins the “Liga 99” as the “Best Sparkling Wine” and is among the guide’s highest-scoring wines in its history.

  • Anuario de Vinos de El País 2017

    The yearbook awarded Enoteca Gramona 97 points, placing it on the “roll of honor”.

  • Tasting 100% Blind 2017

    Andreas Larsson, one of the most respected wine tasters and World’s Best Sommelier 2007, considered Gramona Enoteca to be the best cava.

  • Wine Advocate

    2022 - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate magazine, through its ambassador and taster in Spain Luis Gutiérrez, has rated Enoteca Brut Nature 2006, with a score of 96+/100 and has dedicated this comment to it "The terrific 2006 Enoteca Brut Nature comes from a superb vintage". Five other Gramona sparkling wines, La Cuvée 2017, Innoble, Imperial 2015, III Lustros 2014 and Celler Batlle 2011, received scores above 91 points.

    2021 - Luis Gutiérrez, the Wine Advocate taster for the Spanish market, awarded the Enoteca Gramona 2004 96 points, qualifying it as the best sparkling wine (ex-aequo) in the latest edition of this North American guide.

  • Tim Atkin

    2022 -Tim Atkin, British Master of Wine, judge in wine competitions, prescriber and communicator in love with Spanish wines, has awarded 97 points to Enoteca Gramona 2006, about which he said, "Cant' think of a better a sparkling wine than this in Spain. Stunning". He has also given 96 points to the 2012 and 2014 vintages of III Lustros.


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