There are a lot of wineries with very unconventional look: I'm thinking at the one designed by Arch. Gehry in Spain, and some others that I saw in Italy, my country.
For each one it would be a good rule to have data such Architect's name, opening year, site, extension of the covered area ecc and typical wines of the area.
I just apologise for my poor english
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