The steel barrels are hidden deeply below the ground and in the park, you see the light-flooded Wine Bar.
In ancient years, a Jesuits convent was located exactly here, where Elena Walch now creates top wines in her winery. The historic underground cellar was extended to a big natural stone cellar in the 30's.
In 2015, the cellar building was again extended to make room for a new fermenting room with a unique conception.
Architect David Stufflesser from Val Gardena was appointed with the planning. Even for the "Le Verre Capriceux" garden bistro, he came up with a sensitive solution to create harmony between the ensemble of the park and manor. The Wine Bar is attached to a massif stone wall, which clearly stands out from the road and the nearby buildings, while the glass façade opens up to the park.
They play with contrasts. They try the new while preserving traditions. Beautiful places and aesthetics for wine lovers.