I tried to make the essence of the place coexist, a stone farmhouse of the 1600s, with the technological needs necessary for a modern winemaking. The challenge was exciting: the existing farmhouse, which dates back to the 1600s, has been transformed into a cellar, scrupulously respecting the architectural structure and the essence of the building. So all the equipment was designed to measure and the insulated and thermocontrolled stainless steel tanks were built on site to make the most of the height. The magic of the place has been respected and today the ancient and the modern coexist in harmony.
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