The cellar is located next to the Venetian villa De Claricini. Built in the 18th century, the cellar has recently been painstakingly restored. The floor has been rebuilt with quartz-lined concrete, the old plaster on the walls has been taken down to expose the stones and the actual structure. On the ceiling there are old wood beams and pine boards.
The cellar is divided into three sectors; grape consignment and destemming, vinification in steel containers, maturing and cellaring in wooden barrels.
De Claricini wines are made from carefully selected grapes from their own vineyards, which are then taken to the old cellar for their vinification and ageing.
The De Claricini Foundation, established by the Counts De Claricini, continues with the same passion to produce quality wines, combining the old Friulian tradition of winemaking with the most modern oenological techniques.
The great wines of the Friulian oenological tradition, like Friulano, Merlot, Cabernet and red stem Refosco are stored and age in the old cellars.
The name De Claricini stands for tradition but also for innovation and wine culture, a continued research of quality, advanced oenological techniques aimed at producing genuine and authentic wines.