One of the oldest wineries in Alto Adige tries to preserve its roots during the reconstruction works.
The architect's office arch.tv faced the challenge of expanding the existing ensemble without influencing the characteristic appearance of the existing building. Hence, the major part of the construction volume was realised underground and parts of the roof were covered with green.
The outer walls were panelled with porphyry from Terlano to mirror the stone walls in the vineyards and to create a close connection to the landscape. Also panelled in porphyry was the heart of the winery, the barrique cellar, where the Terlano wines mature in an almost sacral atmosphere.
The wine tasting pavilion stands in architectonic contrast to the outdoor terraces. The Mediterranean plants underline the alpine-Mediterranean position of the winery.
They play with contrasts. They try the new while preserving traditions. Beautiful places and aesthetics for wine lovers.