CAVEA is the world’s first glass cellar designed for maturing wines.
The glass composition is a result of long-term research. Its construction differs from the rest, with multiple filters that are overlapped in a precise order. This combination ensures that the glass will protect the wine from the damaging effects of light.
Actually, light initiates many chemical reactions.
The light’s shortest wavelengths – UV rays – are mostly responsible for light strike, a condition that produces an unpleasant aroma of boiled cabbage and cooked onions. Natural light and even fluorescent light found in markets and wine shops can spoil the wine’s aroma in less than a week.
The light’s longest wavelengths – infrared rays – will heat the wine inside the bottle, causing irreversible damage.
CAVEA protects the wine against all types of rays.
Recreates the same efficient performances found in natural cellars all within a glass cellar.