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Catalonia’s Wine Cultures Museum launches new program of film screenings

VINSEUM in Vilafranca del Penedès will highlight different wine regions around the world accompanied by tastings


17 January 2022 03:37 PM


ACN | Barcelona

VINSEUM, Catalonia’s Wine Cultures Museum, is launching a new program of film screenings using the archives of the Most Festival. 

Wine and film festivals are two things Catalonia does exceptionally well, and the Most Festival is the best place where these two things meet. 

The film festival that puts the lens on wine and winemaking is organized by Catalonia’s Wine Cultures Museum in Vilafranca del Penedès, and now the museum is launching a new program of screenings from the archives of the film festival that will highlight various different regions from around the world.

In parallel to the film screenings, audiences will get to enjoy a selection of wines from that region at the sessions but also during the whole month in the VINSEUM tavern and shop.

Some of the best films from the festival over the past ten years will be shown again in the museum and the events will kick off on January 25 with a special look at Switzerland. 

Other countries that will be explored include France, Slovenia, Georgia, South Africa, China, Italy, Portugal, Greece and Canada, while in Spain there will be sessions dedicated to Jerez and Galicia. 

Screenings will be held in the evening and admission will be just €4.

The sessions start this January with 'Maye et fils' and 'Une année vigneronne' being projected, two short movies from Switzerland. 

A session of 'El vino, el mundo y nós' representing Jerez is scheduled for February 22nd, while March 22nd will be South Africa’s turn, with 'Bitter grapes' being shown.


  • Image from the presentation of the 2021 Most Festival, June 2021 (by Gemma Sánchez)

  • Image from the presentation of the 2021 Most Festival, June 2021 (by Gemma Sánchez)