This winery has wine making facilities and an area where visitors can indulge in delicious Peñafalcón wine and visit the museum showcasing traditional harvesting implements: Roman ploughs, traction equipment, yokes, headstalls, antique tools with wooden handles, mattocks, pruning knives, goads, hay forks, picks used to excavate cellars, etc.
The museum also showcases other tools used for wheat production and bread-making, two activities that are closely related to wine. Visitors will learn about the different plots in the vineyards and all about the production process used to make Peñafalcón wines.
There are also ancient machines, as well as cooper production tools and instruments used to transport grapes to the Peñafalcón wine press, with its beam, stone, screw, etc.
The tour ends with a tasting of Peñafalcón Roble-Crianza-Reserva and Selección and an appetiser.
Tasting of Peñafalcón Roble-Crianza-Reserva and Selección, plus an aperitif.
Other wine tourism services with pre-booking: Visit to vineyards, old press and local traditional underground cellars.
Organization of events (MICE): Consult the spaces available to hold an event, meeting, congress or incentive in the Commercial Guide of the Ribera del Duero Wine Route.
€: from 10 € visit + museum + tasting
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