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The Great Vine Winery Shares Its Design With a Grape Vine


By: Michael Hines (Superstar) Oct 27, 10
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I’m not sure whether the world is ready for a vineyard like the Great Vine Winery. This vineyard was designed by eco-architect extraordinaire Michael Jantzen as a sustainable structure to make wine, and house office and retail spaces.

The Great Vine Winery is extremely eye-catching with its vine-like design and rooftop solar panels. The design is intended to give the structure a more natural look to go along with its eco-friendly concept. Be sure to check out the featured gallery and read below to find out more about the Great Vine Winery.



Source: ecofriend.org
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