he mill dates from the end of the 19th century. Several
sources (including the interpretative panel at the site) state it was built in 1882 and they refer to the engraving on the press
I see a clear 9 instead of a 2 however. It must be, once again, a case of copying without checking.
About nothing of the original construction was preserved after the restoration. Of the
instruments only the milling station (4), the press (6) and the decanting vessels (7) remain. It
makes still for an impressive display, though.