15 Architectural Masterpieces of the Wine World

We are thrilled to have made the top 15 Architectural Masterpieces of the Wine World by Vivino online

Wineries have been around for thousands of years, and over time some have embraced more avant-garde architectural styles while others have sought to preserve tradition. From South America to Australia, with some stops in the Old World, VIVINO has made a list of the 15 masterpieces of the architectural wine world, including out-of-this-world wineries, luxury wine hotels and wine museums.

15. Yering Station, Yarra Valley, Australia, designed by architect Robert Conti

The sophisticated architectural forms of the Yering Station Wine Bar Restaurant open out to magnificent views extending across the Yarra Valley. The structure sits harmoniously within the undulating natural environment. The underground barrel cellar was inspired by the style of a French monastery. This awesome combination of contrasting styles transmits tradition while creating innovative spaces.

For the entire list of wineries visit the Vivino website here

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Sculpture in the Pond LR

Published On

November 5, 2015