Acoustics in wine tasting rooms play a crucial role as wine tasting is a multi-sensory experience. The quality of sound directly influences the perception of flavours and aromas, making acoustics an essential component in creating an environment conducive to the sensory appreciation of a good wine.
First of all, good acoustics in a tasting room ensure that the participants can clearly hear the explanations of the expert or winemaker guiding the tasting. This is crucial for conveying information about the wines and their characteristics, facilitating the understanding and appreciation of the subtle nuances of each wine. In addition, a well-designed acoustic environment fosters communication between participants, allowing for a natural and effortless exchange of impressions and opinions.
That is why, when the Logroño engineering and architecture studio FABER 1900 designed the new Bodegas Riojanas tasting room, they included acoustic panels to achieve the desired acoustic comfort. In this case, they opted for the SPIGOACUSTIC 28-16-32 model, in 16 mm tongue and groove fireproof oak veneer.
In addition, we were entrusted with the manufacture of different pieces of wood furniture, a sliding door with wood floorboards and one of the most curious wood curved ceilings we have ever had to install, imitating the staves of a barrel.
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