| GUIDED VISIT|
| WINERY VISIT|
- Documents: the museum explains, with the help of panels, the architecture of the wineries and the history of vineyards in Mucientes and its surroundings.
- Audiovisual: a video shows the complete process of crushing grapes in a wooden press.
- Artistic: on display in a vaulted niche is the “silver cup” that the city hall auctioned since the seventeenth century for wine brokerage.
- Ethnographic: tools, utensils and bottles, wooden cask from the nineteenth century and concrete vats from the twentieth century, manual racking pumps, etc.
- Guided tours of the winery and the other interesting tourist destinations in the area.
- Grape harvesting: since 2004, during the harvest time, a combined programmed is organised that includes a tour of an industrial winery, the vineyard and a traditional winery.
- Vino Nuevo Festivities: since 2008, in February, the first wines of the previous year are tasted during festivities held under an air-conditioned marquee.
- School workshops.
- Research agreement with the School for the Study of Traditions, of the University of Valladolid.
- Presence in specialised trade fairs.
- In-house publications: the research book “Vino, lagares y bodega” (Carlos Duque Herrero), the brochure “Mucientes es nombre de vino” amongst others.
Information and Reservations
WINERY. Aula de Interpretación.
C/ Bodega vecinal, 7 y 9.
MUNICIPAL TOURISM OFFICE
Atrio de la Iglesia s/n. 47194 MUCIENTES (Valladolid)
General information about Mucientes: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mucientes
- From July to October:
- Tuesday to Friday from 17:00 to 19:00, weekends and holidays from 10:00 to 13:00 and 17:00 to 19:00.
- From December to May:
- weekends and holidays from 10:00 to 13:00 and 16:00 to 18:00 (closed in November)
- General admission: 2 Euros
- Reduced rate: 1.50 Euros. For student (with identification), cultural or educational institutions (reservation required), social associations and clubs (reservation required).
- Free admission for children under 12 and donors of material for the Museum.
- Free admission on Saturday mornings.