Come to enjoy this impressive Wine Cathedral from 1920 and its modernist architecture.
The Gandesa Cooperative Wine Cellar is one of the most emblematic Modernist buildings in Terra Alta. It was designed in 1919 by César Martinell, the architect who also designed the Pinell de Brai Cooperative Wine Cellar.
The main part of the building consists of three rectangular naves, which are parallel to each other. The roof is made with architecture more characteristic of Modernist cellars: bricks and a Catalan vault.
In the cellar’s shop, wines with the Terra Alta Designation of Origin are sold, as well as extra virgin olive oil from the region.
Discover all this and much more while you taste a few wines from the cellar:
3 tastes of wines and guided visit to the cellar
Aproximately 1 and a half hour visit
Adults price 6€
Reservations at 608 316 881 or to the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday and Wednesday at: 10:00 and 12:00
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at: 10:00, 12:00 and 17:00
Sunday at: 10:00 and 12:00
There is the option to do the visit with your children; a carer will take your children and play some joyfull activities while you enjoy your visit to the cellar (wine taste included), close to the end of the visit, we’ll gather again and we’ll do a taste of must (grape juice before or during fermentation) to appreciate its different flavours and tastes.