In viticulture, the chai (wine cellar) is the place where vinification happens. These wine cellars are mysterious, silent cathedrals, these spaces accommodate a slow transformation. There, the wine endlessly evolves in the invisibility of the oak barrel. A wine cellar must guarantee three things: a stable temperature, a constant humidity, and a controlled darkness. The rest is pure art, decorrelated...
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