Terra Remota is a cellar with close ties to the Empordà region
The history of Terra Remota is one of those really moving ones: the grandfather of Emma Bournazeau - the current owner of the cellar along with her husband Marc - fled to France at the end of the Spanish Civil War and settled over the border in Perpignan. Terra Remota represents the recovery of a lost identity and a return to its origins that started in 2000, when Bournazeau inherited the land - she discovered that there were some old vines there and decided to dedicate the estate to wine production. The family connection to the wine world isn't new, however, as Marc Bournazeau has run two cellars: Château Saint-Roch and Bodega Las Niñas. His experience shows in the way the new project was set up and in the style of the wines produced at Terra Remota.
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de Capmany, km 6, GI602
Sant Climent Sescebes