an exquisite wine tasting room for exquisite tipples

Villscheider Farm

an exquisite wine tasting room for exquisite tipples

Rosenheim – No fewer than 1,980 bottles adorn the ceiling and an impressively long table dominates the room. Located in Bressanone, Italy, Villscheider Farm’s new stylish wine tasting room is the perfect place to enjoy the winegrower’s top-class tipples directly on site. Hamberger Flooring supplied the flooring for this stunning space.

Set on a hill in Bressanone, 700 metres above sea level, lies Villscheider Farm, which has made a name for itself as a wine tavern and become famous for its exceptional wines.
Over time, the agricultural farm has developed into a fruit-growing farm with a specific focus on apples orchards and vineyards. Since 2007, they have been pressing all their own grapes themselves and selling the wine on site at the farm. Boasting breathtaking views of Bressanone, the farm is ideally located for a holiday in the South Tyrolean mountains since it is situated directly on the Isarco Valley Chestnut Trail, which connects Bolzano and Bressanone along 60 km of sunny slopes. This is a hiking enthusiast’s and nature lover’s dream come true in autumn. It is planned as a tour spanning several days enabling hikers to enjoy the perfect combination of trekking and feasting around Törggelezeit (the time when winegrowers celebrate the pressing of their grapes by inviting guests to taste their wines).
Villscheider Farm also has a holiday apartment where guests can spend a wonderful time enjoying home-made South Tyrolean specialities, delicious juices from the farm’s very own fruit trees and fabulous wines. To ensure guests can take the holiday feeling home with them, the Hilpold family offer wine tastings, complete with a wine cellar tour and a traditional South Tyrolean platter of delicious savoury treats. The recently built stunning wine tasting room, which features HARO parquet flooring, is a real sight to behold.
1,980 bottles in the ceiling – HARO parquet on the floor
The plans were drawn up by the architectural firm raum3 based in Bressanone. A light-flooded room, with large glass panels enabling visitors to look out onto the surrounding vineyards, is dominated by an impressively long table made from solid walnut. The tree from which the wood was taken used to stand next to the residential building until three years ago. 
The real jaw-dropper is the ceiling, created from no less than 1,980 wine bottles. As the entire room is a modern take on a cosy, rustic wine tavern, the flooring is of course also made from wood. The architects opted for HARO’s Plank 1-Strip American Walnut Markant in order to frame the table nicely. The wood’s expressive grain and knots give the room a timeless, natural look and a certain cosiness. The naturaLin plus surface creates a strong, natural impression but is fortunately easy to clean and maintain. 
The project’s coherent concept even landed the team of architects a nomination for the 2019 South Tyrolean Architecture Award. Villscheider Farm’s wine tasting room is proof that traditional and modern architecture can live in perfect harmony.

Project name:

Villscheider Farm


Brixen, Südtirol

Size of reference area:

65 m²

Project features:

Architekten: Raum3 Architects – Jürgen Prosch & Felix Kasseroler

Installed HARO products:

HARO Plank 1-Strip American Walnut Markant naturaLin plus

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