The building was modelled on a foreign manner: tremendous, fully equipped for sparkling wine production, boasting spacious two-story cellars. The authorship of the project belongs to the French architect from Reims – Charles Boysh, while the execution works were carried out by Vey and Schenker architects. The construction was conducted intensively. The production complex included the enormous well-ventilated cellars specially designed for the long-term exposure of 2 million bottles, the main administrative building and private power plant. The real adornment of the landscape became the Arch framing the entrance.