Museo Provincial del Vino
Information on access to the Castle: On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays there are coaches parked on the slope going up to the castle entrance. They are free of charge and are available during the opening hours of the museum. They leave approximately every half hour.
The wine museum is installed in the Peñafiel castle and was designed by the architect Roberto Valle González. The south patio houses different spaces of the museum and consists of three floors (ground floor, mezzanine and basement). The last floor is occupied by a research library, the reception room is intermediate and the tasting and tasting room is located on the ground floor.
The exhibition is a journey through the history and culture of wine, bringing the visitor closer to the techniques of production and elaboration. In the tasting room it is possible to carry out a guided tasting of various wines of the Denomination of Origin Ribera del Duero, as well as attending courses and professional tastings.
The visit is completed with the castle, built in the tenth century although the current factory is the XV. From it you can see the whole valley.