The cellar of Chà Gronda

The cellar of Chà Gronda has two floors, wich is atypical for an Engadine house. In the upper cellar you can see some mule barrels, various devices for milk processing, a large meat stick made from a single tree trunk, and a slaugtherhouse for small animals. The lower cellar room served as a milk and cheese ladle. It contains wooden milk vessels, a butter churn and a bogie with mouse-safe shelves.

Milch- und Käsekeller im Engadinerhaus