Continental lands. Character wines.

Welcome to Costers del Segre

Our D.O.

Getting to know the culture of our wine is the best way to discover the lands of Lleida. A wine that is characterized by its quality and production as well as wineries located in charming natural beauty…

The Costers del Segre Designation of Origin is a mosaic made up of seven scattered throughout the entire basin of the River Segre and the Lleida Pyrenees, with the aim of grouping together and providing a unique personality for grape and wine-growing in the province of Lleida.

Our DO has well-defined characteristics that differentiate us from the others, such as our privileged location with soil of a limestone composition and a marked Mediterranean climate, featuring strong thermal fluctuations that daily and seasonally make it ideal for growing grapes.



Another characteristic is the high ingenuity and imagination of growers and processors in the lands of Lleida. Costers del Segre is a region with modernity and innovation applied to unique and sustainable viticulture.


Our wines

Throughout our DO, the traditional Macabeu and Parellada white wine varieties are predominant. This results in the white wines of the region of Costers del Segre having a classic profile, that is to say, light, fruity and acidulant. The successful acclimatization of Chardonnay in the region has opened the door to wines with more modern characteristics, both young wines or fermented in oak barrels, with a better structure and their varietal character more present.

The main red wines are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and Pinot Noir, but traditional varieties are also cultivated, mainly Tempranillo, Grenache and Trepat. Within the logical nuances that the land of each area gives its grapes, the red wines of the Costers del Segre DO are characterized by a powerful aroma and balanced flavour while delivering a good tannic expression, and on the palate they are tasty, ample and structured.


Sustainability program

Costers del Segre, the first DO with its own sustainability program, with the aim of continual improvement with the best resources we have today without compromising those of tomorrow, while taking into consideration environmental health, economic viability and social accountability


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Last night the Raimat winery of the Costers del Segre appellation started the 2017 harvest with 6,000 kg of the Chardonnay variety, a harvest destined to make cava.Raimat has more than 2,000 hectares of its property, the largest vineyard on the continent, will continue harvesting with white grapes to make white wine, which will last long in mid-September, and will end with the harvesting of the red grape in October.The good general weather conditions that have occurred this year in the area, a harvest of excellent quality is foreseen, although the yield can decrease 10% by the hail storms of beginning of year. According to Xavier Farré, director of viticulture Raimat "although we had a very hot June, in July has been typically normal: daytime heat and mild temperatures at night."