Josep Foraster

For over 150 years, the Foraster family has been growing grapes and olives on their estate in the township of Montblanc, Spain. 

In 1998, after updating the vineyards and planting new high-quality red varieties around the property, father Josep Foraster and son Josep Foraster decided to build a cellar in an old farm structure and begin bottling wine there.

Josep Foraster Jr. tragically died in 1999, the same year the family's first vintage was about to hit the market. Josep's sister Julieta Foraster and her son Ricard Sebastià Foraster decided to take over the company and manage it from then on. 

All Josep Foraster wines are made with varieties grown on the estate and farmed using organic and sustainable viticultural methods. Their 29 hectare estate is planted with red varieties Tempranillo, Trepat, Garnacha Tinga, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, and white varieties Garnacha Blanca, Chardonnay, Macaebo and Parellada. 

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