The Beronia Rueda winery: enology and sustainable design
THE BUILDING HAS BECOME A LANDMARK IN THE LANDSCAPE
In autumn 2017, the construction works for the Beronia Rueda white wine cellar, designed by IDOM, concluded. Since January of this year, we have been enjoying the first Verdejo wines elaborated in it. The winery houses an oenological facility which sets it apart, putting it at the forefront of the production of Verdejo wine.
The design was focused on optimizing energy resources and achieving its perfect integration into the landscape. The result is a semi-buried building, integrated into the topography, taking advantage of the thermal stability of the land, while permitting the reception of the grape by gravity. The different processing levels are segregated, and there is a separate area for wine tourism and administration.
González Byass has yet again put its trust in IDOM following the construction, 13 years ago, of the Finca Constancia winery, in the province of Toledo, a benchmark for the company, in terms of production and wine tourism. In fact, IDOM has recently commenced work on the construction of a new winery in Ollauri for the production of premium wines, Beronia Rioja. This winery is destined to be the flagship of the company because of its architectural design, sustainability and oenology.