The withering room
The withering room is a very important part of the winery. It is equipped with a ventilation system in which the grapes are placed to wither for the first few days. A temperature of 23 °C and relatively low humidity ensure that the withering phase gets off to a good start. When this phase has been completed, the grapes are moved to the “travà”, the attic on the upper floor, where they continue to wither naturally for a length of time that varies depending on the grape variety and the seasonal progress.