The project is carried out in collaboration with the Geovisualization, Singular Spaces and Heritage (GESyP) research group of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM). The wineries of ‘El Plantío’ in the village of Atauta (Soria) were declared an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC) in the category of Ethnological Ensemble at the proposal of the Junta de Castilla y León. It is a group of subway cellars at the foot of the village of Atauta -located at an altitude of 970 m-, separated from it by the Arroyo de la Laguna or Golbán, thus configuring two areas characterized by a perfect interrelation between the natural and architectural heritage. The visual and landscape relationships established between them make the area a relevant sample of cultural heritage associated with wine production systems, understood as a space transformed by human action. This space is representative of a past and ways of life that must be preserved and transmitted to future generations.

The objective of this project is to document this Asset of Cultural Interest using technology and geomatic methods and to exhibit the results on a web platform that allows its digital visualization (3D). Applying the latest techniques in digitization and visualization of heritage, this platform will include a virtual environment that allows the user to comprehensively understand the buried heritage, the intangible cultural heritage and the cultural landscape environment that converge in this ethnological complex.