Already between 2009 and 2011, the Cantina Girlan was subjected to extensive upgrading work, which was recently continued.
The historical administrative building - of Medieval origin - was almost entirely uncovered by demolishing an extension from a later period. In this context, the courtyard acquired new grandeur thanks to effective lighting solutions.
To renovate the wine retail point, a room with historical vaulted ceilings was used, restoring and setting up an ancient staircase taking to the cellar - which had just been rediscovered. One of the peculiarities of this room - in addition to the precious furniture - is also the paved flooring, which, by means of the fragments of stone included in the tiles, is reminiscent of the theme of large erratic rocks, so typical of the mineralogical landscape in Girlan.
A new building was added to the older one, knowledgeably echoing the lines of the ancient façades and, compared to the older buildings, it is presented with an architectural language that is as discreet as it is modern.