For groups with competition in their blood that want to enjoy a fun and unconventional day, we offer different types of wine contests and competitions:
Duration: 2 hours (approximately)
Price: €30. Minimum 6 people and maximum 40. Ask about larger groups.
Description:: Cellar visit with an explanation of the winemaking process and the origin of different wine aromas. Explanation of the activity. Participants will be divided into groups depending on the number of people. The competition will consist of three stages: 1. Wheel of aromas: participants identify aromas. 2. Placing the aromas in their corresponding family: fruit, wood, plant, etc. 3. Guessing the aromas contained in the corresponding wine. The group with the most correct answers wins the competition and takes the prize.
Duration: Duration: 2 ½ hours (approximately)
Price: to be determined. Minimum 6 people and maximum 40. Ask about larger groups.
Description:: After a brief explanation of Can Bonastre and what a wine and food pairing consists of, groups will be formed depending on the number of participants. The competition will be divided into four stages: 1. Guessing what aromas might be in the wine. 2. Tasting the wine with your eyes closed and guessing if it is red or white. 3. Tasting different foods with your eyes closed and guessing what they are. 4. Combining a wine tasting with one of the food servings to make a pairing. The different stages will be scored according to the number of correct responses. In the last test, the judges will award an extra 5 points. The team with the most points wins a prize.
Duration: 2 ½ hours (approximately)
Price: To be determined. Minimum 6 people and maximum 40. Ask about larger groups.
Description:: Explanation of the activity and forming of groups. The competition will consist of 5 stages: 1: Searching for clues in the vineyard garden that will take you to the next challenge. 2. Sack race among the vines. 3. Barrel-rolling race. 4. Egg-on-wine-bottle race. 5. How many times you can say Vitis vinifera while drinking wine from a porrón wine pitcher. (This event can be changed or eliminated). Whoever reaches the finish line first after meeting all of the challenges wins. The activity ends with the presentation of prizes to the winners. NOTE: The activities can be expanded with a visit to the cellar plus a guided tasting of two wines and/or a traditional meal in the restaurant. The activities can be changed and adapted to your needs. Tell us what you like and we’ll make it happen! Shoes, comfortable clothing and a hat or cap are recommended.