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New Futuristic Winery to Open in Istria

Roxanich Winery Complex Project (Photo: Idis Turato)

Work has started on a new hyper-modern winery in the Istrian hilltop town of Motovun.

One of Croatia’s leading wine producers, Roxanich, are transforming their headquarters into a state-of-the-art winery, which will also feature a hotel, restaurant, multi-purpose hall, lounge bar, and nightclub.

Roaxanich complex will feature a hotel, restaurant and more

An interesting feature of the new winery complex, which is situated at the foot of Motovun hill, is that 70% of the content is underground.

70% will be underground

The space of the old cellar will be turned into a hotel complex with 28 rooms and 4 apartments.

Roxanich is one of Croatia’s leading wine producers

The Roxanich winery complex, which is designed by top architect Idis Turato, is expected to open next summer.

(Photos: idisturato.com)

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