El pueblo de Moradillo de Roa ha conseguido conservar el patrimonio vitivinícola y sus tradiciones, adaptar la modernidad al paisaje tradicional ribereño y recuperar su Barrio de Bodegas “the cotarro”. El Cotarro is an ethnological group made up of 157 underground cellars and 7 stone-carved cave-presses dating from the 17th century, It is located in a town in the province of Burgos barely 200 population.
A natural heritage that is included in a Wine Tourism Project "El Cotarro" through its territory, that value their history, that make a town strive to preserve an authentic landscape of the Ribera del Duero.
Traditional architecture has shaped our landscapes and the settings of our history. In its enormous diversity, in its dazzling creativity and in its perfect harmony with the natural environment, is one of the richest and most varied heritage areas. Its importance is enormous as an expression of a society, como reflejo de las condiciones geográficas y como soporte del Patrimonio Inmaterial.
Visits to the “barrio de bodegas”, 18.000 m2 of historic constructions s.XVII (wineries and wineries).
Un mundo subterráneo donde la cultura y la tradición se aúnan para llevar al visitante varios siglos atrás.
The visit with tasting includes wine tasting “the cotarro”, vintage beer, Artisan churra sheep cheese appetizer Del Vidal (Drops – Gumiel of Izan), chorizo from Sotillo de la Ribera, La Hora bread and free glass of wine.
Las visits They can be done from Thursday to Sunday on schedule: 10:00h – 12:00h – 13:30h – 16:00h (consult other schedules)
Participants: minimum 4 people, maximum 60 people.
Duration: 2 hours