The Ramon Canals Cava Museum is the finest private museum in the history of cava in Catalonia. The museum covers an area of almost 850 m2, and is home to more than 4,500 exhibits from vineyards, wines and cavas, dating from the 4th century B.C. to the 20th century. The collection comprises Greek wine vases, Roman amphorae, flasks for maritime transport, presses with single and dual wooden screws, Murano glass goblets from the mid-nineteenth century, Catalan glass flagons or “porrons” and bottles, microscopes, books on oenology, copper stills and many other tools which show the long tradition of wine-growing in Catalonia.
THE GLASS ROOM
THE VITICULTURE ROOM
ARQUEOLOGY AND OENOLOGY ROOM
Wooden presses from the 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries with wooden and metal screws. Copper stills, pumps for decanting the wine, copper and metal mud measurers, grape pressing machines with wooden and metal rollers, tools for ventilating the barrels, boilers for sterilization, etc.
Also on display is one of the first types of machine made for producing cava, which were imported from France in 1875.
Sempre guiats per un professional, us explicarem el procés de l’elaboració del vi i del cava i gaudireu d’un viatge apassionant a través de la història de l’enologia.
La visita inclou visita a les caves, visita al Museu del vi i del cava i degustació.
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