Our family history has always been linked to the farmhouse of Can Vich "the home of the Vichs" and the working of the land, especially the vineyards.
Surrounding the farmhouse, we see many reminders of the traditional ways of working the land: stone walls that were used to mark the limits of the vineyards, stone huts that provided shelter to the farmers, and old stone basins that were used to prepare the Bordeaux mixture to control fungal infection in grape vines.
The farmhouse is full of objects from the past that show the close relationship between our ancestors and the wine. Old stone presses sit where they were last used whilst the first motorised cellars in the area can be seen by any visitors.
Self-sufficient life in the farmhouse is also obvious in the tools that were used in the preparation of bread and oil.