Celler Sanmartí



Farmhouse and Cellar of the X Century.

The Sanmartí Winery has a documented winemaking tradition dating back to the year 996.

It has recently been refurbished and adapted, although taking advantage of historical elements such as the ceramic presses for our production process. Its location in the basement of the farmhouse allows us to work by gravity, and with an excellent natural temperature stability.


Celler Sanmartí is defined around a great historical and family heritage, a cultivation management taking advantage of the heritage of a brilliant period of our recent past, and incorporating the best technology to ensure the production of high quality wines and above all with the utmost respect for the natural environment, and the history of wine in the Bages, that Mas de Sanmartí comes from afar.

In addition to recovering old macabeo and sumoll vineyards, vines have been replanted around the farmhouse. The land has been selected to respect the biodiversity of the territory, currently composed of Aleppo pine forests, holm oaks and oaks, boxwood, thyme, rosemary, cereal fields, olive and almond trees and recovering the terraces with dry stone margins typical of Bages. The varieties chosen are those that already existed on the property at the end of the 19th century (picapoll, macabeo, sumoll,
mandón and garnacha).

We currently have nine hectares of vines cultivated entirely in organic production.

The terroir of Sanmartí is moderately deep and of moderately fine texture formed on Paleogene marls and limestones.
These are soils with a limited water retention capacity which, with the climatic conditions of the area, will result in limited but high quality productions.

The Bodega Sanmartí is committed to the native and ancestral grape varieties, just as they were cultivated on the estate hundreds of years ago. Thus, at present, they cultivate vineyards of Garnacha, Sumoll, Mandó, Macabeo and Picapoll.