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The cellar, designed by architect Carlo Palazzolo, integrates itself perfectly into the authentic character of the territory.
It is the open courtyard, perfect center of the wine cellar, where all important elements of the countryside meet.
The buildings rise up from a base which is actually the vinification part of the wine cellar itself and which consists of two basements. This is how the various phases of processing the grapes undergo a “falling down” from one level to the other. After macerating the must is descending from the courtyard to the next floor downwards, it is being pressed, it turns into wine, it maturates and is being finished in specific spaces. It is the building itself which guarantees the ideal temperature for the wine and only in special cases we refer to thermostatic temperature control.
Inside the building the environment has been studied carefully in order to offer harmony to those working here and those visiting the wine cellar. The productive spaces are interwoven with the work of our vintners, barrels and our warehouse as far as the treasured and most precious vintages.

In the vineyard: innovation and research

Serafini & Vidotto preserve the soil and its vitality by maintaining the organic substances and by enriching them with the same micro-organisms nature has chosen for the plants’ own benefit.   >>>

Vino Libero - being natural

Producing Vino Libero - our good habit since 2006.
Vino Libero is a project that unites those vineyards that cultivate and produce wine the most natural way possible,  >>>

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Serafini & Vidotto in New Zeland!

Saturday, the 31st August: meet us at the Vino Italiano porfolio tasting organized by our NZ importer   >>>

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Phigaia Club

Phigaia Club was set up on Friday, 17 September, 2010.
It is a social promotion and volunteer organisation that intends to gather those who find pleasure in being together and transform this good energy into pleasure also for those who are less fortunate.  >>>