ART AS ROOT AND MEMORY: Exhibition by Ramon M. Teixidó Camí at Mas Blanch i Jové
- The winery will reopen on December 7th
- Visitors can also enjoy more than 450 drawings from the XI Mas Blanch i Jové Children’s Painting Competition
The Mas Blanch i Jové winery opens a new season of exhibitions with the artist from Espluga Calba, Ramon M. Teixidó Camí, on December 7th.
Ramon M. Teixidó Camí is a sculptor who uses wood, stone and iron to intertwine nature, feeling and shape. Works of soft texture and sensitive to touch that take us on a journey through time, to the farmers’ work, to the origins. He uses the egg and the roots as symbolic elements and the pieces are accompanied by poetic texts by the same author.
Teixidó Camí has participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions. In Mas Blanch i Jové he will also present some of his new artworks.
This exhibition will be in Mas Blanch i Jové until May 2nd and visitors will also be able to enjoy a tasting of the winery’s organic wines accompanied by bread toast with the new extra virgin olive oil, first pressed and unfiltered.
The Gourmets Wine Guide, a prestigious Spanish wine guide, has just released the 2020 edition that includes the reference of more than 4,300 wines tasted blindly by professionals from the wine world.
The Gourmets Wine Guide has rated Saó Abrivat 2016 wine with 92 points out of 100 and has included it in the Honor Podim for having obtained a score higher than 91 points and having an average price of less than or equal to € 15.
Saó Abrivat 2016 is a wine from the Mas Blanch i Jové winery made with the Black Grenache, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties and has been aged for 12 months in French and American oak barrels.
Mas Blanch i Jové, a winery located in La Pobla de Cérvoles, DO Costers del Segre, produces organic wines from the grapes of its own vineyards located more than 750m high, all of them collected by hand at their optimum ripeness moment. The winery is also the promoter of the original The Artists’ Vineyard, a project where artworks by consolidated artists coexist among vines and olive trees.