DO Conca de Barberà

Conca de Barberà is a Catalonian region in the north of the province of Tarragona. The wine growing area is primarily concentrated in a part of the region that owes its geological formation to the erosive action of the Francolí River and its tributary called Anguera. The combined action of these two rivers in the course of the millennia has shaped the appearance of this part of the region as a river valley surrounded by mountain ridges: the Miramar and Cogulló mountain ranges to the east; the Tallat and Vilobí mountain ranges to the west; the Montclar, Codony and Comalats mountain ranges to the north; and the Prades Mountains to the south.