Trepat is number 200 on the list of the most commonly grown grapes and is used primarely in Rosé Wine. Trepat is a local grape only grown in Spain.
Another indigenous grape to the region.Trepat needs a specific soil and can be found close to the costal regions of the Penedés due to the unique climates there.
Used only for rosado cavas, this variety produces aromas dominant of wild, red berries. The early-budding Trepat grape is unique to this part of the world, southwest of Barcelona. Trepat has the acidity of Pinot Noir with soft tannins, an ideal grape for the production of Rose.