Computer rendering of winery complex viewed from vineyard

Wildrose Winery II

This is a design for a winery in eastern Washington State.  The site is a verdant valley set in an arid, rolling landscape.  The winery will eventually consist of a tasting pavillion, barrel room, residence as well as a garage and maintenance building.

The first phase of construction is a barrel room, production area and small tasting room.  We organized these programmatic elements in a loose line set in a natural saddle where the valley meets the hillside.  

The construction of the buildings is simple, with the barrel room partially below ground, but with translucent walls allowing subtle light into the space.  The structures are united by a vine-covered pergola structure with large cantilevers to allow views out to the dramatic landscape.

Exploded axonometric drawing showing the various components of the winery design

Ramp to barrel room

Underground barrel room

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