Elegant, functional, minimalist. The building immediately shows its style and is in perfect harmony with the surrounding landscape. Under the guidance of Tonie as architect, the basic idea was to account for all necessities whilst making something supremely aesthetic.
Monolithic, the building forms a rectangular block in which a tunnel was created for grape reception and sorting.
Noble and refined: wood, bricks, lighting and even door handles recall the original architecture of the neighbouring town. Raised to the degree of episcopal residence under Pope Pius II (1405-1464), Pienza was built in a strictly geometric manner adhering to rules that weren’t commonly found in Renaissance Italy.
As a reminder and tribute to Pienza, each element of our highly technological cellar follows an equally exemplary linearity.
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