Walking around the villa it was not directly clear what this building would reveal. But after discovering the ground floor rooms were full of wine vases it became clear the villa was probably owned by a wine brewing family. Some tools for harvesting, processing the grapes, and storing the wine were still present. After researching the area later. I discovered the region is known for producing one of the best wines in the country. That explains.
The villa's rooms had many different types of adornments such as frescoes and wall carvings. Most of the work was clearly put into the main entrance/staircase. Bended steel stair railings and a ceiling that had a wonderful rosette and a fresco that looked like a compass. A great display of true craftsmanship.