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When the 625-year-old Italian vintner Marchesi Antinori retained Archea Associati to build the Chianti Classico Cellar outside Florence, eco-consciousness was elemental. Most of the winery is underground, where tile in the small-barrel cellar is terra-cotta. Photography by Mauro Puccini.

When the 625-year-old Italian vintner Marchesi Antinori retained Archea Associati to build the Chianti Classico Cellar outside Florence, eco-consciousness was elemental. Most of the winery is underground, where tile in the small-barrel cellar is terra-cotta. Photography by Mauro Puccini.

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