Completely immersed in y the vineyards which surround the company, the new wine cellar, with its architecture entirely made of travertine, blends harmoniously into the gentleness of the hills framing Montepulciano. The nuances of this precious material combine with the colours of the land where we grow our best grapes and which provide us with the other materials used: glass and wood, which blend in perfectly with the surrounding environment.
Built at a depth of 7 m, the cellar has a constant internal microclimate and an optimal degree of humidity obtained thanks to a geothermal system and a constant flow of water coming from one of the many springs of our countryside and which flows along its perimeter.
The shape of the cellar’s entrance, a slope which recalls the shape of a snail, is a strong jolt towards that area from which our wine originates, bringing to mind the fossils that can be found in the ground of Bossona, its flavours, its complexity and its elegance. The cellar is divided into four distinct parts, each with a precise purpose: the pavilion for wood ageing, the pavilion for glass ageing, an intermediate passage gallery with a spiral ramp connecting it with the existing cellar destined to be used as a large first grape fermentation room and the pavilion for bottling and packaging.