The Modernist Cellar

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The Modernist Cellar

During the first years the main product was the grapes for wine. Consequently in 1915 the winery project was started, designed by architect Bernardi Martorell (1877 - 1937), a disciple of Antoni Gaudí. In 1921 the building was opened for the crop season and the total of grapes harvested was of 596,044 kg. Today the winery is declared cultural heritage by authorities as modernist building and it is the permanent site of Agricultural Museum.

A destacable fact was that this movement was performed both landowners and the smaller owners, and this has become a great stability in the years.