Have you ever made a stay overlooking stills?
Borgo Nonino, in the heart of the homonymous distillery, surrounded by vineyards, woods and aging cellars under seal, is a heavenly place suspended between modernity and tradition.
The building, partially protected by the Fine Arts Superintendence of Udine, dates back to the 18th century and consists of seven buildings previously used as dwellings and ancillary agricultural services. A conservative restoration has allowed the old house to preserve its original appearance, maintaining the characteristic features of the interiors.
The atrium, overlooking the garden, offers an immersive experience in the green. The colors and scents of nature invade it, allowing since the first entrance to tune into the relaxing rhythm of nature.
The ground floor offers small pearls of folk beauty. The common thread of the rooms is hidden in the details related to the territory and to the art of distillation, respecting its tradition and culture and giving new life to the house. Here, then, there are the fogolar (fireplaces), the collection of copper moulds, the lamps decorated with hand-embroidered linen fabrics, the ancient stills, and finally the master’s room.