Is the flagship building of the Catalan modernist cellars. Guimerà Angel dedicates the nickname "The Cathedral of Wine", a name used then for many wineries in Catalonia. It was designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner and carried out in 1913 his son, also an architect, Pere Domènech i Roure. The espluguense Josep Maria Rende and Ventosa, (1877-1925), "the apostle of the cooperative in Catalonia," was the precursor, at the time of the Commonwealth, the Cooperativa de l'Espluga, and many others.
Founded in 1902, is one of the oldest cooperatives in Catalonia. It has three naves with a beautiful exterior decoration, recently restored. Few wineries in Catalonia are so majestic and beautiful as this. The Cooperative Agricultural Espluga, modern engine, the interior is transformed without losing any of the architectural elements. You can buy wine, champagne, olive oil and nuts of the Cooperative.
Today it houses the Wine Museum, structured in three levels of the building. In the first underground level, enabling the old presses, traces the history, cultivation and winemaking. A second level, between the tubs, is intended to explain the development of modern wine. At a third level above the majestic tubs, building sets and modernist work, accompanied by three audio-visual.