Priorat, or Priorato, is a wine region located in Tarragona, a province south of Barcelona. Its mountainous, the microclimate and soils are unique – the llicorella soil becomes indispensable, black and gold in colour like a tiger. The peculiar characteristics of these wines are due to the slanted terraces in which the vines are grown. With less than 5% of grapes harvest being white, Priorat is a land of red wine namely Garnacha and Cariñena.
Creu Celta comes from Salanques, one of the coolest ‘climats’ in Priorat and a virtual viticultural ‘paradise’.