Hatten Wines, the Balinese winery, opens a new facility in Sanur, Bali, along with esteemed partners German luxury home appliances Gaggenau, high end glassmakers Schott Zwiesel and elegant cabinetry makers, Toto Kitchen.  The new building is a warehouse style building, housing a wine hub bubbling with activities:  wine classes, wine tasting, private dining room, wine distribution offices – the Hatten Wines Building becomes the new landmark of Sanur.

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This new building houses the distribution company staff members and marketing team of the wine company, but goes far beyond being merely an office facility.  By conceptualizing the building as a wine hub, Hatten Wines is expanding its reach to its clients with education in mind.  The 21 year old company has now set its eyes on the next generation of wine professionals, wine connoisseurs and amateurs, by creating a venue for training which is opened to all programs related to wine and food and beverage. The architectural concept remains true to the look of their first wine shop, The Cellardoor:  bare bricks, cement, steel and stainless steel.  With the ‘loft style’ look of refurbished historical warehousing buildings, and close to the concept of a winery and cellar components, this new construction will be avant-garde in look and feel.

For the interior and features, a large number of wood palettes and drums have been turned into furniture by magician carpenter Achmad Zainul, recycled from the Two Islands frozen grapes received in drums and palettes.  Recycled materials are found everywhere in the building, from wood palettes to cut bottles and drums.

Hatten Wines
Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 393, Sanur Kauh
+62 361 472 1377

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