As part of this new challenge, we wanted to build a warehouse using recycled materials and taking advantage of existing spaces in the field.
In 2014 we built the winery cellar inside the farm warehouse, reusing an adobe wall of the oldest warehouse that collapsed in the earthquake of 28 February 2010. The insulating properties of this material make an excellent complement for the preserve and aging of our wines. The structure of the warehouse rests on an used iron support, and the main door, Raulí wood, was recovered from a demolition and restored by a old craftsman from the place, rescuing and enhancing their natural beauty.
The winery now has drinking water, Led lighting and air conditioning system, thus ensuring optimum temperature for each stage of the winemaking.