Project by: Quiet Architecture

Interior Designer: Carmen Laner

Photo credits: Andrea Sottana

Located in the heart of the greenery of Valdobbiadene, Treviso, Borgo Mionetto recently renovated its winery expanding the historic site from 1887, with buildings dating back to 1400. The interior design of this hospitality building blends the brand's contemporary spirit with a deep connection to its territory and heritage. Borgo Mionetto thus figures as a modern and efficient plant, with a reduced environmental impact, inserted in a context that has deep roots in tradition and history and which combines technological innovation, a sustainable approach and bioclimatic architecture.


Organized into different areas by function, Borgo Mionetto revolves around some key spaces that allow the visitor to enjoy the experience to the fullest: the Visitors Center, the Italian garden, the production site, the cellar and - naturally - the wine bar with its tasting room, as well as a breathtaking outdoor terrace overlooking the picturesque Prosecco hills. 

Throughout the building, every detail is carefully considered to reflect the essence of the Mionetto brand, focusing on local products and materials, with a special emphasis on Italian craftsmanship. The beautiful spaces of Borgo Mionetto are furnished with high-end products from some of the most important design brands, among which Cappellini Newood Light chairs and stools, designed by BrogliatoTraverso studio, give a touch of refined contemporaneity to the wine shop.

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