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THE
SPUMANTE
CAVE

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OUR CAVE IS “THE CATHEDRAL OF SPUMANTE”, AS LUIGI VERONELLI SAID IN 1982.

The origins of our enchanting natural cave go back to time immemorable. But it’s in the 20th century that it becomes a protagonist of the local history. Under the command of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in World War I the locals enlarged the cave, that became a military fortification and a storage area for food and munitions. During World War II the cave was used by the population of Nomi as an anti-raid shelter.

A fascinating location for the wine sampling and an exciting place for all the foodies.

/an ideal location for the maturation on the yeasts/

FROM ANTI-RAID SHELTER
TO SPUMANTE CAVE

The Pedrotti Family bought the cave in 1978. Since then this location has become the cellar, where the wine can mature on the yeasts in perfect conditions: darkness and fresh temperature.