Vinitaly ‘22 great return: the project of our winery included in the “Nuove Cantine Italiane” exhibition

Another important success for the architectural project of our winery that has been included among the protagonists of “Nuove cantine italiane. Territori e architetture” exhibition, that has been organized by Casabella, a prestigious design magazine, and that will go on stage in Verona in occasion of the fringe events promoted by Vinitaly and the City. The exhibition will be set up at Palazzo Balladoro from the 8th to the 13th of April.

We are ready to come back in occasion of Vinitaly from the 10th to the 13th of April, bringing on the stage of the most important Italian wine kermesse, the best of our 100% organic production: you can meet us at the Pavilion 5 – Stand B3, enlightening our stand with the new M-USE bottles and transmitting the glass reuse & recycle concepts.

That of this year will be a special edition! A great news is the fact that we have been included among the protagonists of the “Nuove Cantine italiane. Territori e architetture” exhibition organized by Casabella, a prestigious design magazine, in partnership with Fiera Verona and Vinitaly and patronized by the Veneto Regional Council, Verona Province, Verona City and the Architects Association of Verona Province. The exhibition will go on stage in occasion of the fringe events promoted by Vinitaly and the City and will be set up at Palazzo Balladoro from the 8th to the 13th of April.

“A great honour – explains Sabrina Rodelli, co-owner of the winery – to be in such a prestigious context, perfect to illustrate the philosophy inspiring our winery, a place where wine and design come together in a modern and sustainable vision, perfectly integrated with the surrounding natural context. The project of our winery represents a radical choice having the long term aim to involve every aspect of the productive process: from the use of clean energy, self-produced through the solar panels placed on the roof of the structure, to the waste reduction thanks to state-of-the-art machineries, such as the organic and low energy consumption purifier.”

The winery is the result of a project signed by MADE Associati, studio of the two architects Michela De Poli and Adriano Marangon coming from Treviso, which has beenincludedin the “Arcipelago Italia” during the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 as a “project born respecting the surrounding landscape legacy according to philosophies lending the structure social responsibility criteria”.

This exhibition in Verona has as final goal the narration of some excellence places committed to producing wine and able to perfectly combine design, wine, technology and innovation, but above all the great respect toward the nature and the environment in which vines grow. The exhibition, going on stage in occasion of Vinitialy 2022 edition, will be host in the amazing eighteenth-century setting of Palazzo Balladoro. All the exhibited projects are collected in a publication edited by Electaarchitettura.