Villas of Renaissance, the new wine and wine-growing complex in the villas on the shores of Lake Buena Vista in the south of Italy, will be a hub for winemaking in the coming years.
“This is a project that will help to change the way we see wine production and the future of the industry,” said the winery’s owner, Michele De Simone, in a press release.
“We believe this project will provide an exciting new opportunity for the region.”
The winery is located in the Villa Buena Villa, an urban park that stretches for hundreds of acres along the Lake Buenaventura coastline.
It is one of the most important wineries on the Lake, but the project will also create jobs for locals, De Simone said.
The winery will employ at least 15 people.
The project will be built on land that is currently being used for the development of a large parking lot.
The villas will have a courtyard with a small patio, a kitchen and a dining room, as well as a small winery with a winery master, according to the press release from the wineries.
The wine production will be done by the Winery of Buena Villas and Wineries of the Future, a group of wineries with headquarters in the Villas on Lake Bueno Vista, and Winemakers, Winemaking and Vineyards, the company behind the villa project, according the press.
The project will take about two years to complete, De Simone said in the press call.
The wineries, which are owned by three different companies, will use the land for the new winery and winery-making operations, the project said.
“The project is the result of the collaboration between the winemakers and the winelmakers,” the project stated.
The Lake Bueni Villas project is part of the Lakebuena Villa Development project.