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The Vivanco Foundation’s Museum of Wine Culture was inaugurated in mid-2004 and is one of the most important private initiatives on the world of wine and its economic, social and cultural dimensions. In this complex, consisting of the museum itself and the winery, we find the history and culture of wine, a product associated with mythology and religion, with a strong social presence and whose production requires, from the vineyard to the winery, work that captures the essence of traditional tasks. Visits to the museum must be booked in advance for both national and international calls on 941 322 323. The opening hours are the same as for the visits, which you can see by clicking on the Timetable link.
Carretera Nacional, 232, 26330 Briones
The Museum Space at Hotel-Wineries FyA has 200m2 and a capacity for 50 people, which enables the development of different cultural activities: Exhibition of a limited part of the permanent collection of 850 ceramic pieces, represented by different themes, which will rotate every 3-4 months, to exhibit the complete collection based on different criteria: use, origin, antiquity, etc. A creative cinematographic work of about 15 minutes is presented, projected on a 180 degree wraparound screen, with a length of 20 metres and a height of 3 metres, which shows the art of pottery and wine throughout history with a unique audiovisual staging, bringing the visitor closer to the evolution of humanity, from the point of view of wine and its relationship with ceramics, as well as highlighting the importance of Navarrete as a settlement for the conservation of this art. A pioneering projection in Spain. Itinerant exhibition accompanying the permanent collection, which will temporarily transfer different cultural expressions to our visitors.
BODEGAS FYA - CARRETERA DE NAVARRETE A ENTRENA S/N —26370
In the Portal de la Rioja wine museum you will discover the centuries-old history of Rioja wine. Sulphating machines, sulphuring machines, racking pumps, destemmers, coopers’ tools and many other utensils that take you back to the atmosphere of the wineries at the beginning of the century. In addition, there is a wine shop with more than 1,500 references of local wines, mostly local wines, from small wineries to the leading brands of Rioja wines.
C/ Portal de La Rioja, s/n