Wineries or cellars are restored buildings where wine was made and stored in large wooden barrels. Nowadays, they are used as restaurants. Vineyards were Inca's main source of cultivation until they were wiped out in the nineteenth century by the Phylloxera Plague. They are usually very high premises, covered with a raft, which are below street level or at street level, depending on each celler. Can Ripoll, Ca n’Amer and Travessa are three of the most representative wineries or cellers today.