Origin, authenticity, devotion and avant-garde.
Tr3smano stands as a permanent reference to the initial number of dreamers who gave life to this wine: three.
It also seeks to make us remember the old Spanish terms trasmano or desmano to identify things that are not within reach but rather a little further away, off the beaten track.
Anything that is not easy to find and achieve.
Like making a good wine.
Tr3smano brings together the origin of a traditional winegrowing region that has knowingly turned its rough edges into celebration, labour into vigour and soil into wine.
For us, wine is grown on the vine. Then, innovation and tradition combine together to make a great wine.
Concept and architecture
The concept of the winery, created by the Konkrit Blu architecture studio, seeks to integrate the building in the landscape with the minimum visual impact and the minimum impact on the environment thanks to the use of local materials and natural light.
The idea consisted of taking advantage of the sloping land to partially bury the building: to the north, the five harvest gates connect the fields with the winemaking room and are used to collect the grapes by gravity, as in the olden days.
The use of gravity favours the quality of the end product and saves energy.
In the project, the light is the other essential element: more or less light on the mass and space.
So, in the maturing room, where the barrels rest, buried in silence, the light that enters is minimal and indirect, the opposite to the winemaking room, which overflows with light.
In the design, the material chosen, concrete (or cement) on site, represents all the material, adding continuity to the land from the land.
The concrete of the walls provides thermal insulation, which reduces the use of climate control and forced ventilation.
Furthermore, the effect of the sun is controlled using a system of horizontal aluminium slats along the curtain wall.
In this way, the ergonomic design of the winery, with two long fronts, offers practical benefits thanks to good light conditions, natural ventilation, maximum thermal insulation (in the winemaking, ageing and maturing rooms) and connections between the inner rooms.