One of the most pursued seats at the European Poker Visit (EPT) Barcelona stop wasn’t at a Headliner or Hot shot table. It was on a cooled mentor set to scale the Catalonian wide open looking for the area’s best vino.

The present action is a directed visit through the mountain grape plantation of Llopart, one of the district’s most regarded winemakers. It’s only one of the many free exercises PokerStars coordinated for players and visitors during EPT Barcelona and today, PokerStars Blog has figured out how to get a sought after spot on the grape plantation visit.

One of the most established winemaking families in Europe, Llopart compassionately makes the ways for its staggering domain — around 50km west of Barcelona — where they’ve created their honor winning regular and shining wines starting around 1385. Nearly 26 ages later, they’ve gone from one solidarity to another (regarding quality, not ABV).

The staggering Llopart Grape plantation

Our grape plantation visit starts where the wine does – the grapes. Each plant – some of which are over 70 years of age – is marked with the sort of grape it develops, and the gathering – comprised of PokerStars qualifiers, EPT players, and their visitors – rapidly disperses to test their top choices.

TO THE Basement
It’s close to Sauvignon Blanc that I experience Oleksii Natoptanyi, a Ukrainian ace who won a bundle to Barcelona on PokerStars. “It’s so decent here,” he, in the middle between significant pieces of grapes.

This was Natoptanyi’s second time at an EPT celebration (he was in Paris recently and completed 6th in the gigantic FPS Principal for €58,490) yet his most memorable time playing the Headliner.

The poker didn’t turn out well for him this time (he busted before the cash) however he’s been taking full advantage of his extra energy by investigating the city and partaking in the free PokerStars exercises.






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