NICHOLAS COLE CELLARS | STUDY

NICHOLAS COLE CELLARS | STUDY

WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON

Early in 2001 we were asked to design a new 5,000 case winery and an adjacent case storage building.  Our concept sited the buildings behind a stand of Black Locust that separated them from the parking area.  Two barrel caves provided the foundation for the fermentation room above and large girder trusses supporting a barn-like gable roof structure.  A long wall of weathered stone separated the working winery from the tasting room and offices.  The storage building was the first to be constructed and was used as a temporary winery until it was sold in 2012.  The main winery was not built.

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