Make your way to the museum during opening hours, and descend below ground with your admission ticket. Stroll around the atmospheric 13th-century wine cellar, which is part of an interconnected network of tunnels and 120 different cellars that criss-cross beneath Aranda del Duero. Constructed between the 12th and 17th centuries, these tunnels span about 4.5 miles (7 km) and reach depths of up to 33 feet (10 meters). The digging site was carefully chosen for stable temperatures between 51 and 55°F (11 and 13°C) and 80% humidity, providing a naturally ideal wine-aging environment.
During your visit of around 50 minutes, browse historic artifacts used in the local production of wine and imagine the centuries of history contained within the cellars. It’s a great way to enhance your enjoyment of Ribera del Duero's fantastic wine!