These beautiful wood winery buildings on a verdant property outside Salem, Oregon were designed by DC Builders and completed in the fall of 2016. The main winery building is a no-nonsense wine production facility measuring 96′ long with a 60′ clear span supported by steel angle-iron trusses. With 18′ sidewalls, this facility has plenty of room for heavy equipment to operate, and leaves room for future construction inside the structure. Huge 14′ sliding barn doors provide equipment access and allow the building to blend into its rustic environs.
The tasting room is a simple but attractive 864 sq. ft. annex with ADA men’s and women’s bathrooms, a prep kitchen suitable for catered events, and a large assembly area for wine tasting and relaxation. The exterior of both buildings is all cedar, with western red cedar board and batten siding, tongue and groove siding, and trim.