Before the Spanish Civil War, Mas Gelamà was one of the most important vineyards in the Alt Empordà
Gelamà isn't just any vineyard. Why? Because it's one of the oldest in the Empordà area and the walls of the 'masia' (Catalan country house) are full of history, of both the country and the Falgàs family. In 1892 Raimundo de Falgàs created a company that, in time, became one of the most important cellars in the Alt Empordà, specialising in cava. The Spanish Civil War, however, put an end of the activity of Gelamà. It was not until four generations later that Maria Fernanda Pedret de Falgàs and her son Roger Rius decided to go back to their roots and relaunch the label using a mixture of tradition and innovation. They create new blends that stand out while at the same time taste inherently of the Empordà.
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Psg. de l'Estació, 6