Our new wine cellar, made entirely of travertine marble, blends harmoniously into the gentle hills surrounding Montepulciano. The nuances of this precious material combined with the colors of the land make for a beautifully integrated architectural spectacle.
Built at a depth of seven meters, the cellar has a constant microclimate, an optimal level of humidity controlled by a geothermal system, and a constant water supply from one of the many nearby springs.
The snail-shaped entrance to the cellar refers to the land from which our wine comes, bringing to mind the sea fossils found in the area of Bossona. The four distinct parts of the cellar each have a precise purpose: a room for the initial fermentation process featuring a spiraling ramp which connects it to the existing cellar, a pavilion for wood aging, a pavilion for glass aging, and a pavilion for bottling and packaging.