The original 30s construction has been updated with the most modern winemaking technologies, focussing mainly on the cold grape fermentation process, yet without altering the original architectural design which is still one of the last few remaining examples of industrial architectures from the early Twentieth century in Aldo Adige.

In the underground cellars – where humidity and temperature are constant - bottles of Metodo Classico sparkling wine are set out on racks for their manual riddling, and refining casks for both whites and reds.

A modern tasting room has been created in the winery’s oldest section and allows you to watch the wine-makers hard at work through a large glass door, as they capture the most important elements of the winemaking and refining process. 

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