This website uses cookies to improve browsing. 


CORPINNAT has launched a campaign on social media to support the restaurant sector affected by the latest restrictive measures related to Covid-19. From CORPINNAT we think that these measures lead to a difficult situation in the restaurant sector and we place all citizens to prevent the kitchens from closing and to consume through home delivery or takeaway.


The eight CORPINNAT wineries that joined the open-door solidarity day on Monday, October 12, received the visit of more than half a thousand people and raised close to 4,000 euros.

The Gramona, Llopart, Nadal, Recaredo, Sabaté i Coca, Torelló, Júlia Bernet and Can Descregut wineries that participated in this initiative opened their doors on Monday morning at a single price of € 8 per person, always complying with the established security measures by the health authorities. Both the visits and the tastings were always done with small groups.

The entire collection of that day will go to entities that promote social projects or in the fight against Covid-19. Specifically, the CORPINNAT wineries will distribute the proceeds to the #YoMeCorono campaign, the Fundació Gavina-Center for the Attention of Young People in Raval de Barcelona, the Fundació Amics Joan Petit for children with cancer and Rebost Solidari, among others.

WhatsApp_Image_2020-10-12_at_14.25.50.jpeg  WhatsApp_Image_2020-10-13_at_14.06.55.jpeg

WhatsApp_Image_2020-10-12_at_15.00.25_1.jpeg  WhatsApp_Image_2020-10-12_at_15.01.38.jpeg

WhatsApp_Image_2020-10-12_at_15.00.25.jpeg  WhatsApp_Image_2020-10-14_at_10.59.33.jpeg

Eight of the ten wineries of the CORPINNAT collective brand will join the open-door solidarity day on Monday, October 12, to collect funds for social purposes.

The Gramona, Recaredo, Llopart, Nadal, Sabaté i Coca, Torelló, Júlia Bernet and Can Descregut wineries will participate in this initiative and will open the doors of their winery on the morning of Monday, October 12. The CORPINNAT wineries have agreed a single price for the visit of € 8 for adults (€ 5 children) that will include a product tasting. Visits will be made with prior reservation by contacting the desired winery directly, in small groups and will be adapted to the capacity of each space, always complying with the security protocols established by the health authorities.

The entire collection of that day will go to entities that promote social projects or the fight against Covid-19. Specifically, the CORPINNAT wineries will distribute the proceeds to the #YoMeCorono campaign, the Fundació Gavina-Center for the Attention of Young People of Raval in Barcelona, ​​the Fundació Amics Joan Petit for children with cancer and Rebost Solidari, among others.

CORPINNAT once again renews with this action its social commitment by supporting solidarity projects that seek equal opportunities and that take special care of the most vulnerable people or groups. Last April, and coinciding with the first months of the pandemic, the brand put 100 solidarity packs on sale and raised € 10,000 that were allocated entirely to the #YoMeCorono campaign promoted by the Lluita Foundation against AIDS and Infectious Malalties. led by Dr. Bonaventura Clotet.

Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, August 2020.- The wineries of the collective brand CORPINNAT have started the 2020 harvest, marked by the scarcity of the harvest due to the mildew plague that has affected very virulently the vineyards of the Penedès. Macabeo and parellada, two of the basic historical varieties for making sparkling wines, have been the most affected, while xarel·lo has better withstood the plague although production will also be significantly reduced.

CORPINNAT wineries have a 60% to 70% reduction in this year’s harvest, depending on each vineyard. The mildew plague has had more devastating effects on organically grown vineyards, such as all of CORPINNAT, as this type of agriculture does not allow the application of synthetic chemicals to combat the fungus, except for environmentally friendly preventive treatments , natural resources and grape quality.

Wineries such as Gramona, Recaredo, Torelló and Sabaté i Coca and Mas Candí began last week the harvest of the earliest historical varieties, such as macabeo, and in the coming days they will harvest xarel·lo, and later parellada, the three basic traditional varieties with which CORPINNAT quality sparkling wines are made. The rest of the brand's wineries - Llopart, Nadal, Huguet de Can Feixes, Júlia Bernet and Can Descregut - plan to start the harvest on their respective farms this week. The harvest in all the wineries will last until the second week of September, with the latest varieties.

This year’s exceptionally sparse harvest has once again highlighted the effects of climate change on the vine’s vegetative cycle, with more extreme and unpredictable conditions such as droughts or persistent rains and high temperatures. Precisely, the excess of rain during the months of spring and beginning of summer has caused a permanent humidity in the vine that has stimulated the appearance of the mildew without the cellars and the farmers that do ecological crop like all the of CORPINNAT could do much more than they have done to prevent it. The appearance of this fungus has been especially aggressive because, in addition to the leaf, it has massively affected the grain of the grape as the plague appeared at the most delicate moment of flowering.

WhatsApp_Image_2020-08-13_at_11.37.28.jpeg     Macabeo1.jpg

For the vineyard sector this has been a particularly hard year because, in addition to the mildew plague, they have suffered severely from the effects of the Covid-19 crisis, with a significant drop in sales that has forced to reduce the activity of wineries. Safety measures have also had to be taken to protect the health of workers and, in this sense, CORPINNAT wineries have opted for a safe harvest ensuring that all harvesters do not show suspicious symptoms and have all the tools to self-protection needed to be able to do the job with minimal risk. Whether through the Public Health System or through the wineries themselves, all the temporary workers involved in the CORPINNAT harvest have undergone PCR tests to rule out possible infections.

Despite all these setbacks and thanks to the 100% manual harvest required by CORPINNAT, the scarce grapes that will enter the wineries in this harvest will be of good quality. The selection of the grapes from vine to vine and the subsequent selection in the selection table at the entrance of the winery are two more methods to ensure the highest quality standards.

Macabeo5.jpg    WhatsApp_Image_2020-08-13_at_11.37.27.jpeg

Production will be affected in volume but the usual supply is guaranteed, with a very high cost for both growers and wineries, which have the sparkling wines of previous harvests that have been resting in the cellar for months and years to meet the minimum aging before going on the market. CORPINNAT sparkling wines are on the market with a minimum aging of 18 months, but all the brand’s wineries have sparkling wines on the market for 30 months or more, as one of the distinguishing features of these sparkling wines is their long aging.

Winemakers at CORPINNAT wineries agree that the mildew crisis has been a test of resilience for wine growers in the face of the force of nature responding to climate change. In this sense, they argue that the organic agriculture applied by the CORPINNAT wineries and viticulturists continues to be the way to find the necessary balance that must allow you to enjoy exceptional sparkling wines that respect the landscape and the territory that saw them born. and grow, "and the best way to ensure that the vineyard lasts over time in the Penedès and our children receive a healthy and fertile land."

2448691a-cb23-45dc-9a49-ddebc5822bf2.jpg    WhatsApp_Image_2020-08-14_at_00.58.28.jpeg

CORPINNAT presents a virtual video made with 3D technology that describes in less than five minutes the territorial limits, the geographical, geological and climatic characteristics of the area and the main values ​​of the brand. The video has been made with the collaboration of the company Guardian of wine, by Carlos Águila from the combination of five computer programs that allow to digitize the image in three dimensions and offer a realistic image of the whole territory in sight of bird.

In this way, the video allows the viewer to take a virtual walk along the entire CORPINNAT boundary, as well as learn about the varieties grown by the ten wineries that adhere to the brand and the rich and varied geological typology of the different vineyards.

The video, which was made in three languages ​​(Catalan, Spanish and English), also includes the climatic characteristics (average temperature, rainfall or wind depending on the terrain) that make the region a unique place for the CORPINNAT 'elaboration of great sparkling wines. The video has been uploaded to the CORPINNAT website ( and shorter pills have also been extracted to be disseminated throughout the summer through the profiles of the brand's social networks, mainly Facebook, Twitter and Instragram.