Paolo e Noemia d'Amico
 

The Cellars

Created by the famous architect Luca Brasini, it was excavated underneath the vines and the hanging gardens, thus maintaining the ideal temperature of 16°.

The idea was born from an Etruscan wine cellar, which already existed in the property and that currently has the same function.

The current wine cellar is divided into two areas: the most ancient, made out of local "Tufo" stone, with immense arches, where the wine rests in oak barrels to the sound of classical music; and the most recent area, where the wine is bottled and labelled, surrounded by large columns that act as a library.