It’s not typically you get to expertise a whole winery alongside your villa. But that is what is out there within the city of Masllorenç, simply an hour’s drive from Barcelona. The villa is architecturally elegant and sits amid quiet gardens providing appeal, privateness and tranquillity the place you’ll be able to toast to the event with wine so native it’s made on website.
Masia Cabellut has been nothing wanting a labour of affection for its homeowners, Peter and Jurate Johnsen, who purchased the vineyard eight years in the past and remodelled its interiors and vineyards ever since. They are saying:
“We noticed over 50 vineyards, some had no views, some had electrical cables, however Masia Cabellut was so quiet, so secluded, it was unparallel to the rest we noticed. It was love at first sight,”
When Peter and Jurate purchased the home, it had timber rising in it. Earlier homeowners deserted it. Working with native architects and artisans and some Lithuanian inside and panorama designers, you’ll be able to really feel Jurate’s and her crew’s magic contact in every single place.
Based on earlier homeowners, Masia Cabellut was a Cava vineyard for hundreds of years. Peter provides,
“due to its location it’s naturally protected against parts, its terrain is kind of stony and filled with minerals, making it a wonderful website for rising native cava grapes”.
After finishing the acquisition, the couple started renovating and restoring the winery. In 2019 Nico van Buitenen together with his daughter Anse joined the Cabellut Staff as companions and ever since have been liable for increasing and additional growing grape varieties to extend the annual output.
4 European Michelin star eating places serve Masia’s wine, with the plan to go as much as six this yr. The vineyard produces native varieties, together with Xarel-lo and Malvasia de Sitges & Moscated and wider identified ones, together with Chardonnay, Merlot and Sauvignon. Close to the wineries, the almond grove and Arbequina olive grove produce the smoothest olive oils with inexperienced almonds, herbs, lettuce, and inexperienced tomato notes.
Maisa Cabellut is right for giant teams or newlywed couples and 16 company, a big household gathering or a collection of pals.
There are seven bedrooms in a position to sleep 16 individuals, a model new self–catering kitchen, a model new patio and a three,000 sq. meter dry backyard stuffed with lavender, thyme and rosemary.
The newly revealed inside combines Baltic and Scandinavian minimalism, with daring undertones of Catalonia, Morocco and Ibiza with well-placed terracotta colors blended with native artisanal furnishings. The piece de resistance is a five-meter lengthy desk crafted by native artists, made fully from 168-year previous native oak.
The villa comes with a formidable 120 sq. meter pool. Later if you wish to occasion, pop into the absolutely stocked wine room with white, purple, rose and glowing wines beginning at €22. Whichever wine you select could be bought at 50% off.
There’s additionally a high-ceilinged “ball” room, the “Montserrat corridor” the place you’ll be able to host a celebration for as much as 50 individuals. By the way, you can too run a workshop or a yoga class there too.
Above all, Masia, with its native wines, olive oils and limitless walks, can present the much-needed escape from what’s in any other case a bustling and crowded coast of Northern Spain.
How A lot
Costs start at 4000EUR for off-season and fluctuate all year long. All costs can be found upon request.
What’s Close by
Masia’s location affords no scarcity of historic websites and information for historical past buffs. The home sits on an historical Roman street that runs from the South of Spain to Rome. The street was fortified and expanded within the 18th century, particularly when Masias offered shelter and hostel for pilgrims. The primary traces of Masia return so far as the 12th Century, however the first printed paperwork present the King of Spain’s signature in 1745.
The phrase Masia Cabellut interprets as Hair Mansion, a misspelling from Horse Mansion (Caballut). Peter and Jurate traced this error again to when native notaries carried out the primary handwritten documentation.
Close by, the five-star boutique Mastinel Resort affords extra vineyard excursions and Cava tasting. UNESCO protected Arc de Bera was constructed throughout Roman emperor Augustus reign round 13 century BCE. Montferri church is a small modernist church constructed by Spain’s lauded architect Josep Maria Jujol. Equally, Castellet Fort, a Romanesque surprise, is a good place to discover, particularly with kids.
After all of the native exploration, the close by village of Sitges affords discerning travellers massages, manicures, yoga courses, native eating places, and a marina with non-public boat hires and the seaside.
Notice: Masia opens its doorways on the 22nd of April and takes reservations for an entire week throughout excessive season or chosen days throughout medium and low seasons. Peter and Jurate would be the hosts one will always remember, heat, welcoming, type, and seeing to 1’s each want.