Art and expertise in the cellar
The cellars are sited for the most part in ancient structures dating to the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries and from 2018 in the new cellar builded on three underground floors and a ground level.
Mosnel was one of the very first producers in Franciacorta to introduce use of stainless steel tanks, refrigeration technology, and pneumatic bladder presses. Harvesting the grapes, all grown only in estate vineyards, is performed exclusively by hand, into small boxes. The clusters are brought immediately to the cellar, where they undergo a gentle pressing. The press delivers three separate fractions of must, each qualitatively different, and each fraction is fermented separately at controlled temperatures, either in small oak barrels or in steel tanks, depending on their capacity for ageing.