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Cellers de Can Suriol

by Assis Suriol

REGION: Cataluna

Cellers de Can Suriol, headquartered in the medieval castle of Grabuac northwest of Barcelona, has been owned by the Suriol family since 1600. Their vineyards span approximately 30 hectares, divided into over 25 micro-parcels, each distinct and yielding grapes with a multitude of nuances. Certified organic by CCPAE since 1996, the vineyards eschew synthetic pesticides and herbicides, and in recent years, they have embraced biodynamic practices. 

The company places great importance on upholding a clear conscience and remaining loyal to the local philosophy. Even the alignment of lunar cycles and astral influences is deemed beneficial. Exclusively local grape varieties are cultivated, including Parellada, Macabeo, Xarel-lo, Monastrell, and Garnacha. 

The "AZIMUT" project represents the family's aim to advocate for good field practices among neighbors and throughout the region, ultimately promoting organic agriculture. Farmers participate in producing a "common" line of wines, with proceeds divided accordingly. The sole requirement is organic cultivation, ensuring grapes brought to the cellar remain untainted by chemicals.

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Cataluna, which consists of the provinces of Barcelona, Lleida, Girona, and Tarragona, is a historic province that lies in the northeastern part of Spain. Andorra and France are to Cataluna’s north, Valencia to its south, and the Mediterranean Sea to its east. Cataluna is separated from France by the Pyrenees, while the Ebro River lies between Cataluna and Aragon.  

Barcelona, Gironia, and Tarragona are along the Mediterranean shoreline, while the Catalanides range separates the cast and the Ebro river basin. Up north from the Catalanides is a high mesa that makes up the majority of Lleida province. The Ter, Ebro, and Llobregat are the main rivers of Cataluna – these all empty into the Mediterranean. Most of Cataluna has dry summers and mild, somewhat rainy winters. 

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