The Ville di Antanè winery consists of buildings constructed with the purpose of agricultural use, dating back to the first half of the last century. The structure is a part of an ambitious project of industrial archaeology that has seen the involvement of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage of Verona. The result is a modern and respectful restoration of the original architecture, well integrated into the surrounding landscape. The main house offers the workplaces and production facilities, spread over an area of over 2000 square meters. The entire building has been insulated to improve the energy efficiency of the plant and to ensure full control of the environmental and working conditions. The most modern technology and the production lines are managed and controlled digitally, with full attention to safety and product quality. The wines are aged in the cellar that houses 170 barriques of 225 liters made of fine grained French and American, seasoned in the open air for more than 30 months. Offices and showrooms are located on the top floor, together with a great terrace facing the vineyards. An architectural design with modern lines, wood and glass, designed to offer a panorama of the surrounding landscape, offering visitors tastings and events worth remembering, just as the wines that are produced.