Artwork in the lobby entrance.
Moving on to the oak barrels and the explanation of their use.
The featured photographer exhibiting his photos of Montepulciano.
We were told the glass floor was indeed safe to walk across and had hosted many dance and wedding receptions. You could look down onto the wine barrel room.
We got to see the original art that was created for the wine labels in these rooms to the side.
Probably the best bruschetta ever...and pecorino cheese of course, as well as various prosciutto, and hams, and a fig.
At the end of the tour, we walked down by the offices and they had these photos on the walls. We were given a photograph book featuring the artist that had done the pieces upstairs on display.
Anyone had the opportunity to purchase wine, however it was so expensive to ship to the US, we did not take advantage of that!