living art

Cultivare is much more than a wine,
much more than a name, much more than a brand…
It is a way of making, thinking and understanding
vines and wine. A dream come true born of the interpretation
of our natural surroundings. The result of a legacy
of powerful ties to our lands that five generations
have transmitted down to us, it offers us its most creative facet
to make each bottle unique and special…

Cultivare is culture.

source of inspiration

The early-morning mists, the colours
of the earth, the first rays of the sun, the dance
of the twigs to the rhythm of the wind…
The Penedès region is our source of inspiration.
The trigger that activates the creative drive and leads
us to observe,understand and represent something
according to our ownexperiences,
emotions and thoughts.

A fine tribute to a territory that allows
us to preserve, express and disseminate a very special
way of understanding the culture of wine.

Cultivare is a portrait of the landscape.

land art in the labels

The landscape and natural elements that surround
us are the stage and the medium for achieving new creations
through a known reality.

Cultivare takes hold of the elements that nature
offers us and arranges them in harmony to create
the natural machinethat fills this wine with landscape.
The canes of the vines, the ink of the brushes, the subtle
movement of the wind, the route taken by the labels
in their purest form…

Just as nature and man unite creatively
to achieve unique wines, each Cultivare label is uniquely
created in a facility integrated into its natural setting.

Observe…, smell…, taste…, enjoy…,
feel the art of our land.

Welcome to Cultivare.
Welcome to the culture of wine.

The splendour
of the Xarel·lo grape

The Xarel·lo grape grows at 286 metres above sea level with the vigour of a variety that feels at home. In its natural environment, in its own earth, in its own climate…

At first sight, its clean and brilliant pale yellow colour recalls the golden reflections of the sun’s rays that have nurtured it throughout the cycle.

In the nose, the powerful, ripe aromas of sweet fruit, syrups and light toast of the cask transport us in a few minutes to the freshness of citrus fruits, green apple and notes of lychee fruit. A white wine that evolves spectacularly in the bottle and one in which we discover the complexity of the jasmine, laurel and flint bouquet.

In the mouth, this white wine shows itself to be powerful and creamy but without foregoing the original freshness and acidity of a variety deeply rooted in the Penedès region. It is, in short, the snapshot of a landscape marked by its uniqueness; by its natural splendour.

Reencounter
with the Sumoll grape

One of the best-kept secrets in the Penedès region is rediscovered in a bespoke landscape. Sumoll, an endangered species, is sculptured by the very force of nature.

At first sight, the wine speaks to us of a singular, identity-defining wine. A medium-intensity deep red colour that opens the door to a new, indigenous, truly fresh scenario.

In the nose, as in nature, it masterfully mixes the fresh aromas of Sumoll’s citrus and red fruit with the ripeness of black fruit and peat that are so prominent in the Samsó variety.

In the mouth, this combination of native red varieties dance together in harmony. On one hand, the dominant freshness and acidity of Sumoll and, on the other, the marked stamp of the Samsó grape. So much so that this wine is presented as vibrant, rustic and with a personality of its own. While it may initially appear light, it is long on the palate, the direct result of the environment that surrounds it.

source of inspiration

Dedicated in body and soul
to the cultivation of the land, culture, relations,
knowledge and the arts, in order to make
them thrive, grow and improve.

A wine born out of the art of our land,
bringing together our finest fruits and the best
of our cultural heritage. A special form
of artistic expression, unique in the world.

painting, dance
and music in a wine

At the Domènech Vidal winery a carpet
of over 5,000 labels has constituted the canvas
on which two dancers have served as the paintbrush,
painting the labels with their movements
in a unique contemporary dance, staining the paper
with paint in the same tone as the wine.

The choreography and music have been created
especially for the occasion, representing the cycle of the vines.
Each exclusive label has been designed in a very special
way by these two artists and their movements.

Cultivare has captured a unique moment of artistic
expression in order to dress a unique wine with a unique label.
A wine that invites art to enjoy it intensely.

The splendour
of the Xarel·lo grape

The Xarel·lo grape grows at 286 metres above sea level with the vigour of a variety that feels at home. In its natural environment, in its own earth, in its own climate…

At first sight, its clean and brilliant pale yellow colour recalls the golden reflections of the sun’s rays that have nurtured it throughout the cycle.

In the nose, the powerful, ripe aromas of sweet fruit, syrups and light toast of the cask transport us in a few minutes to the freshness of citrus fruits, green apple and notes of lychee fruit. A white wine that evolves spectacularly in the bottle and one in which we discover the complexity of the jasmine, laurel and flint bouquet.

In the mouth, this white wine shows itself to be powerful and creamy but without foregoing the original freshness and acidity of a variety deeply rooted in the Penedès region. It is, in short, the snapshot of a landscape marked by its uniqueness; by its natural splendour.

Reencounter
with the Sumoll grape

One of the best-kept secrets in the Penedès region is rediscovered in a bespoke landscape. Sumoll, an endangered species, is sculptured by the very force of nature.

At first sight, the wine speaks to us of a singular, identity-defining wine. A medium-intensity deep red colour that opens the door to a new, indigenous, truly fresh scenario.

In the nose, as in nature, it masterfully mixes the fresh aromas of Sumoll’s citrus and red fruit with the ripeness of black fruit and peat that are so prominent in the Samsó variety.

In the mouth, this combination of native red varieties dance together in harmony. On one hand, the dominant freshness and acidity of Sumoll and, on the other, the marked stamp of the Samsó grape. So much so that this wine is presented as vibrant, rustic and with a personality of its own. While it may initially appear light, it is long on the palate, the direct result of the environment that surrounds it.