Rehabilitation of the roof of a Celler from Priorat

Construction of the wooden structure of the old Cooperative Celler

In February 2009 we mechanize, transport and assemble all the necessary wood structure for the rehabilitation of the roof of the Celler Cooperative of Falset, in the region of Priorat (Tarragona).

This Cooperative Winery was built in 1919, by the architect César Martinell, disciple of Antoni Gaudí. It is one of the most emblematic wineries of the Priorat and Catalonia, is one of the so-called "Cathedrals of wine", for its architectural style of half Noucentista half modernist style of the early twentieth century.

The wooden structure we built for the rehabilitation of the roof consisted of large wooden trusses all over the deck of the large central nave that is the cellar. There are also two smaller side aisles.

Currently this winery is active and is part of the Cooperativa Falset-Marçà, which is inscribed in the Denomination of Origin Montsant. The building is a point of reference for wine tourism, passionate about architecture and wine. More information at 

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