It is located in Utiel, and is part of the Wine Route, and also the headquarters of the Regulatory Board of the Utiel-Requena Designation of Origin. This circular building is made from traditional materials – stone, wood and iron– and has an old winery dating from 1891 which has been lovingly restored. A visit to the museum is an educational experience, featuring explanatory panels that describe the history and production process of wine, everything from working the land, cultivating the vines, the grape harvest, the wine production process in the wineries, all the way through to its bottling. It has a large collection of old farm utensils and tools that were used in the wineries, and an exhibition of wine from the wineries of the D.O. Utiel-Requena. Visitors can also take part in the Workshop of the Senses consisting of a game revolving around the aromas to be found in wines.
Tuesday-Friday: 11:30 am-2 pm. Saturdays and Sundays: 12:30 am-2 pm. Closed: Mondays and public holidays.