The cellar Tramin awarded at the Biennale of Architecture

At the Biennale of Architecture, Venice, were awarded Werner Tscholl and the Cellar Tramin for the ability to combine wine and design
The exhibition, in the Hotel Danieli in Venice, was desired by the Board of Architects, Planners, Landscapers and Conservationists along with the magazine Gambero Rosso and is one of the events of the Biennale of Architecture in Venice. Entitled "Cathedrals of wine, the encounter between two cultures", the exhibition presents projects and pictures of the finest cellars in Italy made in recent years. Works of great refinement, design created by architects and designers with the intent to offer the wine the best environment. Photographs, models, graphic designs, communication materials and graphics image, allowing a direct comparison between the overall design process and its outcomes on the market. Among the many cellars that took part, the Cellar Traminer was recognized for its ability to succeed in combining wine (care and attention to preserving wines) and design. Selected for the exhibition there is also the cellar Manincor always on the Wine Route of South Tyrol (www.suedtiroler-weinstrasse.it), another example of pioneering and innovative projects in this field of wine production. This success reaffirms the role played by cultural and innovative wine production that runs through the vineyards that surround the city of Bolzano. Cellar Tramin Architect Werner Tscholl Tramin (Bz) construction 2010 Cellar Manincor Architect Angonese And Co. Caldaro (Bz) construction 2004