The Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali is one of the most celebrated artists of all time and proved how rich the world can be when you dare to embrace pure, boundless creativity. Following Dali’s own approach as interpreted in his book “The Wines of Gala”, our certified and mindful Sommelier Daniel, will guide you through a tasting of a well-meditated selection of fine local wines beyond the limits of technical ratings and into a more personal and intimate approach. Join us on a private rooftop as we go beyond traditional tasting and appreciate wine from broader perspectives while rediscovering the simplicity of pleasure. This is indeed a rather artistic approach to wine tasting that looks through the wine trying to captivate its true essence. As Dali said “A real connoisseur does not drink wine but tastes of its secrets.” On this occasion we will explore the: Wines of Frivolity Wines of Light Wines of Dawn Wines of Purple To finish the evening we will have time to celebrate our get-together while enjoying a selection of tapas from our local market. It would be indeed our pleasure to welcome you to our surreal world and make you a real participant of this experience.
4 Wine Tastings, also water will be provided
Meet our two hosts: Daniel is an official Sommelier from Barcelona, who has been tasting the pleasures of life around the globe and has been deepening his knowledge both in a professional and a Baccich way one could say. Now he is sharing his experiences and inspiring others through the wonder of wine. Jeff has been splitting time between Barcelona and California since 2013 but now calls Barcelona home. He has been hosting private rooftop parties in the city to bring together friends and new friends to share music, food, wine and experiences that seek to connect everyone in an inspiring way.
We will be on a private moroccan-inspired rooftop which has hosted parties, music events and barbeques. The facility has chairs, shaded areas, fans/heaters as well as a bathroom and toilet for guests.
Please note, there is not an elevator in the building so guests will need to be able to walk up the stairs to the roof.