Bringing together the knowledge and the experience of nine different wine-elaborating cooperatives with different Origin Denominations from Catalonia, and the labour carried out by their vine-growers, technicians and oenologists, Castell d'Or produces wines, cavas and olive oils which have earned great recognition all over the world.

Apart from the high quality products, other features from Castell d’Or are the modernist cellars, the cooperative work, the variety of the landscape and the agroshop chain. So we encourage you to discover all this for yourself.


The cellar from l'Espluga de Francolí was named Catedral del Vi (Wine Cathedral) by the catalan writer Àngel Guimerà. This denomination was soon used for other cellars built at the beginning of the 20th century by architects such Cèsar Martinell, follower of Antoni Gaudí, and Domenech i Montaner and his son Pere Domènech Roura.

If you want to know more about modernism art and how it was applied to the wine-growing agro-industry, come and visit the cellars in l'Espluga de Francolí, Barberà de la Conca or Vila-rodona, a real work of art.


If you want to enjoy Castell d’Or’s wines, caves and olive oils, come and visit our agroshop chain. We offer you a warm welcome, very good advice and a selection of local products.

The cooperative cellars of Castell d'Or are: Barberà de la Conca, Bellvei del Penedès, l'Arboç, l'Espluga de Francolí, la Nou de Gaià, Solivella, Vila-rodona, Vimbodí and Vinaixa.

CASTELL D'OR SL - Mare Ràfols, 3 1r 4a
08720  Vilafranca del Penedès, Barcelona (Spain)
Tel. (+34)938905385 Fax (+34)938905446 castelldor@castelldor.com

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Castell d’Or has joined the commitment of Wine in Moderation

Castell d'Or has joined the commitment of Wine in Moderation, a European strategy that aims to help Member States to reduce the damage to the alchohol and identify good practice and areas of socio-economic relevance and community where they can perform new developments, considering that cultures and patterns of alcohol consumption vary across the EU.

The principles of Wine in Moderation commitment are:

  • Most consumers enjoy wine in moderation, but a minority of consumers of alcohol abuse: all representatives of the wine sector -in every region and every link in the chain valor- have a role to play in the When looking for the best ways to communicate the usefulness of moderation.
  • There is no single European way of consuming wine, patterns of alcohol consumption depends largely on local traditions, education, sex, age group and socio-economic factors; efforts to promote moderation should be adapted to the needs of each population.
  • Many actors in the European wine industry has successfully promoted moderation; every effort successfully, albeit local, should be used to generalize the "best practices" and should adopt and emulate whenever possible.
  • Efforts to promote moderation should be based on solid research and social and cultural aspects; existing and future research should collect and analyze at EU level to develop evidence-based science.