It is housed within the wine estates "and Moscow", Saleh plans near Alghero. The Museum constitutes the last stage of a broader itinerary that takes place in the flourishing business complex wine estates of Sella and Moscow. Is divided into two sections: a and an archaeological history. The archaeological section documents the history of the site by "Anghelu Ruju", the largest prehistoric necropolis in Sardinia, discovered in 1903, which is included with its 38 hypogea, on the grounds of the estate. The other section, enhanced by superb vintage photo of Vittorio Sella, is devoted to the history of the company, from 1899 to 1938.