The world’s most architecturally impressive wineries – info & photos of spectacular wine-making architecture including Marques de Riscal and Ysios Winery buildings in Spain.
Vineria wine cellar design by NS STUDIO, in central part of Old Tbilisi, Georgia: space that captures you, place where you lose the sense of time, atmosphere that makes you calm
Designed by Clayton Korte, Hill Country Wine Cave is at eastern edge of the Texas Hill Country, America: private wine cave is a destination along a secluded bend of Blanco River
Designed by Walker Warner Architects, the House of Flowers’ new guest experience breathes new life into a cherished local landmark to become a destination resort-style estate: Flowers Vineyard & Winery in Healdsburg, CA
Designed by destilat design studio, Weinmanufaktur Clemens Strobl, workplace in Austria, offers vast open spaces between components and make them usable
Designed by ORA, Winery Nešetřil, Znojmo, is a place where wine will be produced, sold and tasted, and at the same time, there will be feasts, events and accommodation for guests.
The Alma Rosa Winery is designed by Clayton & Little to blend into its surroundings by embedding the facility into the hillside and through the use of natural materials to visually merge exposed elements with the landscape.
Designed by Clayton & Little Saxum Vineyard Equipment Barn is a simple agricultural storage structure resting at the toe of the 50-acre James Berry Vineyard and the adjacent winery sitting just over 800 feet away.
Designed by SERA Argyle Winery Tasting House is located next to a busy highway in the Willamette Valley, the complex offers the perfect opportunity to tell the story of Argyle and its wines.
New Le Dôme winery in Saint-Émillion by architects Foster + Partners: new building in Bordeaux countryside. Visitors approach along a tree-lined avenue, towards this elegant circular-plan building.
Oreste Wine Estate, Alaverdi, Georgia, design by Stipfold Architects: a path leads through a vineyard towards where two buildings and a connecting bridge beautifully frame distant Alaverdi Monastery.
Designed by Diogo Aguiar Studio Quinta da Aveleda Wine Tourism Building is located in Penafiel, Portugal. The winery is one of the main producers of vinho verde in the country and enjoys an unusual built heritage surrounded by beautiful gardens.
The Montoro Wines Cellar Door building, designed by Source Architects, is beautifully simple: the programme is tucked under a generous long span deep profile steel roof which is elegantly supported by two steel frames.
Designed by Tom Kundig, of Olson Kundig, Martin’s Lane Winery is tucked into a hillside in Kelowna, British Columbia and draws a close parallel between the topography of the land and the gravity-flow winemaking process taking place inside.
Planned with a brief of maximizing views of the valley and enabling a nexus with the environment, the villa for a family of four has been conceived on a plot of land that is deeply contoured with a steep slope towards the valley.
The Correia/Ragazzi Arquitectos’ Alvarinho Houses project provides consequently the guaranty of a better value from the land entry, with the vineyard and the set composed of two volumes that frame and value the existing terraces.
Signum Architecture’s LEED Gold-certified design Odette Estate Winery in Napa Valley has been selected by American Architecture Prize 2017 as an Industrial Building category winner.