Crossing the wooden gate of the Costanti estate made me jump in another dimension; my senses almost felt this change. The air was cold and humid, thanks to the thick stone walls (the perfect conditions for wine aging) and the only light coming from outside passed through a small window, drawing a bright beam on the ground. The cellar was small and divided in three spaces, each of which wass packed with casks made of oak wood, whose steel rings shined under the light of the old wrought-iron chandeliers. It really seemed to be in a castle.
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