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Do Costers Del Segre

  • Year of foundation: 1986
  • Total area: 4,002 hectares
  • Total production: 116,323 hl (2019)
  • Number of wineries: 36 (432 growers)


The continental nature of this region, far from the sea, kept it off trading routes for centuries, resulting in wines with characteristic features.

It was the first place in Catalonia where the Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay varieties were introduced, together with native varieties, and also where Californian winemaking techniques were adopted. In 1983, the Catalan Wine Institute and the Bodega de Raimat announced that the excellent winemaking quality of the Lleida region and local traditions should be overseen by a regulatory council. This helped promote the region and make Raimat wines hugely successful.

In 1986, an initial four subzones were created. In 1998, the geographical area of the DO Costers del Segre was expanded, with Pallars Jussà and Segrià being added as subzones. The region now has seven subzones: Artesa de Segre, Urgell, Garrigues, Pallars Jussà, Raimat, Segrià and Valles del Río Cuervo.

Profile of wines

The predominant white varieties are the traditional Macabeo and Parellada. This gives the whites from the Costers del Segre region a more classic profile, i.e. light, fruity and acidulous. The successful acclimatisation of Chardonnay opened the door to wines with more modern characteristics, whether they're young wines or ones fermented in oak barrels, with greater structure and more varietal character.

The red varieties include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Pinot Noir, as well as traditional varieties like Tempranillo, Garnacha and Trepat. The red wines have a robust aroma, a balanced flavour, and a good tannic structure, while in the mouth they're flavoursome, broad and structured.

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Coop 1958 Blanc

4.88 €
White wine

The cooperative format stemmed from the need to join forces and work together to achieve bigger common goals and with more potential than individually. The label, the COOP 1958 brand, "speaks volumes about the...

Coop 1958 Negre

4.88 €
Red wine

The cooperative format stemmed from the need to join forces and work together to achieve bigger common goals and with more potential than individually. The label, the COOP 1958 brand, "speaks volumes about the...

Garbuix Origen

7.36 €
Rosé wine

One of the central figures in this winery's range of rosés. Fresh, sensual, imaginative. Original and very elegant. One of those wines that creates addiction. A 100% natural wine.


12.07 €
Red wine

The first vintage of the Montsec Astronómico was produced in 2018. "The attack of the Cabernet Franc was of excellent quality and we knew that it had to be given a special treatment", comments the winery. Coupage:...

Garbuix Verema Vermella

7.36 €
Rosé wine

A coupage of red varieties, with a small part made using the Blanc de Noirs method. The result is a wine with red berry character with different points of maturation. A very, very mellow wine.

V89 (Vallisbona 89)

23.76 €
White wine
Peñin 93

The winemaking adventure in Vallbona de les Monges began in 1989. V89 synthesises all these years of experience in the production of white wines. Made with the best Macabeo of the vintage and the aged in French oak...

Rasim Vipansit Blanc

23.76 €
Peñin 92

Sweet white wine made from grapes dried in the shade on a bed of straw. Rasim is the name this grape was given in fourteenth-century Perpignan and is the origin of the words raïm, in Catalan, and raisin, in French....


17.44 €
White wine

Eixaders is the name of an abandoned village in the former barony of Vallbona de les Monges. Its name evokes the hoes that we still often use today to work the fields. In this specific case, Eixaders is also the...


15.50 €
White wine
Peñin 90

Missenyora, meaning 'my lady', was a term of address for the abbesses at Vallbona de les Monges monastery. The wine inspired by another wine formerly made in the area (vi bullit). It's also a single-varietal Macabeo,...


Geological and climate characteristics changed. The connecting link is the central basin of the River Segre, between the Pyrenees and the River Ebro, and the dry inland climate, away from maritime influences and defined by high levels of sunshine, low rainfall and persistent humidity from winter fogs. The vines are found between 200 and 1,100 metres above sea level.

The soil is calcareous topped with sand, with very little variation across the DO. The Artesa and Pallars subzones are the northernmost, with the highest altitude vineyards and a Pyrenean influence. Raimat, in the extreme east, has a gentle relief and continental climate. The Segrià subzone is typical of rainfed dryland. The Garrigues and the Riucorb Valleys are arid lands.


As for the red varieties, the Cariñena and Sansón dominate, which forms the basis of Empordà winemaking together with the Garnacha Tinta (known as Lledoner in the area). These traditional varieties are complemented by new varieties that are gradually being introduced, such as Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah.

The dominant white varieties are the Garnacha Blanca, Garnacha Roja and Macabeo. In much smaller proportions are Moscatel, the traditional Xarel·lo, and the recently planted Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Gewürztraminer.

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