For those that love to sip on a good pinot gris and sample the finest cabernet, these winery designs will be of interest. Architects from all over the world have come up with modern ways to allow customers to enjoy wine in the most fabulous settings possible.
The Wine Cellar for Clemens Strobl located in Austria is a sleek design with a geometric look. From the outside, the architects have made the window into an angular design, allowing ample light to reach the inside of the place. While the outside looks very modern, the inside is cozy and simplistic, allowing visitors to taste the grapes while relaxing in style.
These winery designs demonstrate how customers are attracted to good drinks, as well as forward-thinking architecture.
From Tomb-Inspired Wine Cellars to Chic Cave Wineries
Sleek Austrian Winery Makeovers
The Wine Cellar for Clemens Strobl Winery is Surprisingly Modern
Tomb-Inspired Wine Cellars
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Exquisite Voluptuous Vineyards
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Lavish Crystalline Wine Cellars
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Chic Cave Wineries
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Squiggly Vineyard Parks
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Faux Pixelated Architecture
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Eco Winery Designs
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