On your last day in Penedès, you'll visit the capital, Vilafranca. Head over to Vinseum, the Museum of Wine Culture of Catalonia, which boasts an extraordinary and diverse collection that includes around 17,000 works that bring to light how this area has been and still is devoted to wine production and viticulture. Old and new tools and utensils, artisanal pieces, amphoras, a collection of 'porrons', and even various dioramas of wineries and taverns from Egypt and Rome, as well as of Poblet Monastery, fill the rooms of this museum experience that deserves a thorough visit, and which is located in a palace that once belonged to the Crown of Aragon.
To wrap up your trip, you'll go straight from the capital of wine to the capital of cava: Sant Sadurní d'Anoia. You'll do this by visiting a few of many modernista style mansions around the town, from Casa de la Vila to the more well-known Freixenet and Codorniu cava wineries, or Escoles Noves and Ateneu Agrícola. Of course, you can go on this route on your own, but you also have the option of booking a guided tour in advance, which includes a visit around Sant Sadurní, entry to Codorniu and a cava tasting, the perfect activity before heading home.