FiliTour No. 8: House Janett
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wine trade behind curtains
Jakob Janett (1792-1869), fourth-generation homeowner, was a respected sugar baker in Trieste. He returned wealthy to Filisur. In addition to his duties as Ammann von Filisur and Landammann in the district of Bergün, he worked as a farmer and wine merchant. He imported wine from the Tyrol, which he stored in the cellar. The wine was tasted in the tasting room on the ground floor, where it was conveniently sucked out of the cellar via a hose.
His wife Carolina Roi (1797-1877), daughter of the Prussian consul in Trieste, provided an absolute novelty in the village. She was the first to hang curtains on the room windows.
Private exhibition in the Heustall
In the former stable, the current owners have set up a well-documented exhibition of agricultural equipment from bygone times.
In audio Viktor Zeller tells of their history and use.
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