The Route of The Modernist Cellars

The Route of The Modernist Cellars, Traditionally, cellars and wine  processors have maintained a great relationship with the region of the Conca de Barbera. The Oenology and gastronomy are traditionally pillars of the economy of the Conca de Barbera.

For centuries, the Conca de Barbera has had on farming their main financial support and an exclusive livelihood. The so-called strict Conca, has substantiated the dependence on land in growing grapes and producing wine.

The cellars of the Conca de Barbera buildings are usually interesting for its architecture. Most of them were built in the early twentieth century, following the artistic tendencies of modernism called farm, which was the architect César Martinell Valls one of its leading exponents.

Cooperativa de Rocafort de Queralt (1918 Cèsar Martinell)
Coop. de Sarral (1914 Domènech i Muntaner)

Coop. de Pira (1919 Cèsar Martinell)

Coop. de L’Espluga de Francolí (1909 Domènech i Muntaner)

Coop. Montblanc,

Coop. Solivella,

Coop. Blancafort,