Carlania is a small family run Celler owned by husband and wife Jordi Miró and Sònia Gomà-Camps (both Conca de Barberá natives). Jordi grew up working his family’s vineyards alongside his father and upon his father’s retirement, Jordi and Sònia returned home to their region and took over the winery. The winery is located in the Conca de Barberá D.O. where Trepat is the crown jewel of Catalunya.
Today, the couple work biodynamically 13 hectares, just under 9 1/2 owned and 3 1/2 rented. As is typical of the region, the vineyards are a mix of espaldera and en vaso and sit between 400 and 500 meters elevation. The soils are the noble calcareous-clay. Most of their holdings are Trepat, along with some Macabeu, with the parcels ranging from 30 to 40 years old on average. Only sulfur and biodynamic preparations are used in the vineyards. Grape selection and harvesting is by hand in late September/early October.