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- The Jacuzzi Winery Project
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The Jacuzzi Winery Project
The owners, Fred and Nancy Cline, contacted CoorItalia for some authentic Italian roof tiles for their recently completed new winery.
“The selection of the roof tiles was an important element of our project and CoorItalia presented us the terra cotta roof tiles produced in the Veneto Region”, they said.
We visited the plant and found out the product was of excellent quality and original to the Italian architecture. In fact, we selected four different colored barrel caps. Our roofers were impressed with the innovative system of the Bicoppo (an extrusion of two piece pan tiles built as one).
Consequently, the Jacuzzi Family Winery is the first commercial project to use the Bicoppo in the US.
You can see additional photos at the Jacuzzi Winery Website together with the travertine cobblestone courtyard that CoorItalia supplied.
Architect: Sean Garrett
Products Featured: Antiqued Color, Special Tiles