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El celler Cooperatiu i el Museu del Vi

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Aqua_Uomo wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada6 042 contributions2 472 helpful votes
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Story time! Me and my friends stopped here on our way to Poblet on September 5. I wish we didn't. It costs 2.5 euros, you buy the ticket at the shop, the girl didn’t even give us a ticket or a receipt, pocket change, I guess. The brochure we had looked very professional and did clearly say: Winery, Olive oil factory and Wine Tasting. We asked where the wine tasting is, she pointed a small round table with a few small long neck glass decanters, and some crackers. No glasses, we asked, no glasses to give. Trying to taste wine off those decanters is a must-see show! We checked the wines, expensive in so called museum show room. We start the tour, this is more of a museum than a winery, lots of info on grapes, wines and process of making it, a few old manual devices but I didn’t see anybody crushing the grapes or working on making the wine. The only thing you see is right at the entrance, one chap bottling some sparkling wine. He stopped as soon as we left the window. So commercial. The tour is a walk up and around the fermentation tanks, the old ones, empty and the new ones. That it. We came back in no time. We asked where the olive oil manufacture is, she said you passed, it, and she pointed to a display, an old rusty and dusty machine with belts and rollers, that was an old crusher. That’s it. Hilarious. Skip it!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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dperez27 wrote a review May 2017
Barcelona, Spain45 contributions7 helpful votes
The building is beautiful outside but inside it is too dark to enjoy the art nouveau. If you want to do wine tasting this is not the best place. It is cheap and fast to see. Go to Priorat around Gratallops village to have a full wine tasting and visit experience.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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janiceark wrote a review Sep 2015
Halifax, United Kingdom121 contributions36 helpful votes
We loved the building and at 2.50 no reason to complain but there is no info at all in English so although there are explanations you can understand only what you already know!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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