Discover Nulles' Wine Cathedral and the secrets to be found in its history, architecture and wine
Nulles' Wine Cathedral, a Modernist cellar designed by Cèsar Martinell in 1917, is a treasure of the agrarian movement at the beginning of the XX century.
Nowadays, due to the recognition of the wine tourism and its Adernats wines and cavas, the cellar has become an example in the province of Tarragona when it comes to wine. Located in a strategic point along Ruta del Cister, Nulles is a small rural village where time seems to go by more slowly. Huts and dry stone margins line along the vast vineyards that surround the village. And as a unifying symbol between the people and the land, a cellar, Nulles' Wine Cathedral; declared Cultural Good of National Interest. After visiting the cellar, the visitor is offered an open comment tasting of Adernats wines and cavas (produced in this cellar) together with an appetiser.
Languages: Visit conducted in Catalan, Spanish, English and French.
Address: Modernist Cellar (Station Street s/n, 43887 Nulles-Tarragona)
Price includes: Visit and wine tasting accompanied by an appetizer.
Free entry for children aged 0 to 4 years. 50% discount for children from 4 to 12 years
Accessibility: It is possible to access for people with wheelchairs and disabled a part of the building