The new museum space in Sant Fruitós de Bages, created in the Cal Casajuana building, consists of a museum discourse in the field of wine and viticulture in the Bages region.
The exhibition is divided into 4 central areas: an introduction to the exhibition, the vineyard, the winery and the anise. It also includes two parallel proposals that talk about the living memory and evolution of Sant Fruitós de Bages.
The guided tour begins with an introduction to the history of the vineyard in Pla de Bages and the experience of the harvest 100 years ago with the projection of historical images of the work in the vineyard in order to transport the visitor within this landscape.
Below you will discover the importance of dry stone huts and how these were crucial in making wine at the foot of the vineyard, saving transport and time.
This museum raises a groundbreaking and modern project where the visitor ceases to be a mere spectator to enter the environment, making the story live in its own skin, transporting it to a specific era.
To achieve this experiential fact, new technologies have been used with the projection of images, sounds and smells. Another part of the museum has been dedicated to the distilleries and liqueurs that were carried out in two distillery companies in the town and a fassina in Torroella de Baix.
The Historical Research Collective is the one who has made possible the conservation and preservation of the pieces that can be seen there.