▼项目外观，external view of the project
The new wine cellar, docked to the existing, historic column cellar with a tunnel-like stairwell, extends seamlessly underground, integrated with the sloped terrain. the extension is used for the production of wine and inside the rough grain of the plaster walls contrasts with the stainless steel tanks. In the highest angle of the site, a funnel-shaped polygonal tower, cladded in bronze panels, emerges from the site playing with the mountain peaks. It contains an office and tasting room in the upper level and grape harvesting machinery in the lower.
▼如同山峰一般建筑，tower emerges from the ground like peaks
▼建筑与周围的山峰呼应，the tower corresponded with the mountain peaks around
The entrance to the cellar is emphasized by a concrete wall which works also as a junction: on the one side it directs visitors to the parking area and on the other it goes along a ramp leading to the new underground cellar.
▼新酒窖入口，entrance of the extention
▼上层办公室及品酒间，office and tasting room on the upper level
▼下层酒窖，cellar on the lower level
New and old now find continuity: the oak barrels and the steel tanks, the old vaults and the extension are now connected through a journey that goes from tradition to innovation.
▼老酒窖入口，通过一条管道状梯井与新酒窖相连，entrance of the old cellar, connected with the new one through a tunnel like stairwell
▼入口楼梯，stair at eh entrance
▼连接品酒间的门，door connecting the tasting room and the cellar
▼有着传统拱顶的老酒窖，original cellar with traditional vaults