Grape harvest festivity/celebration
It is celebrated at the beginnings of September. There is a traditional breakfast and then there is a representation of how the grapes were harvested and how they were transported by carts and portadores (wood recipient). Finally, it is shown how there were squashed by people’s feet.
The pubill and pubilla (heir to the state/farm) are transported by cart full of grapes. Then they go around the village. When they arrive at the cooperative, both squash the grapes with their feet and one can see the first grape juice of the season.
It is celebrated at the beginnings of December. There is a traditional breakfast with toasted bread dressed by the first oil of the season.