Unwind at the Bucolic Flowers Vineyards & Winery in Sonoma County
The scenic grounds and tasting rooms are ideal for art and architecture enthusiasts
Architecture and nature have a wonderful way of coming together. But just like with most things in life, adding wine makes them even better. To create a new hospitality space for beloved California winery Flowers, Walker Warner Architects and interiors firm Maca Huneeus Design refashioned 15,700 square feet of existing on-site structures into tasting rooms and dining spaces that echo the vineyard’s commitment to sustainability.
They even tapped wood artist Evan Shively to conceive monumental yet functional installations. Outdoors, terroir is expressed quite literally in the dynamic grounds cultivated by the firm Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects. Rich with native plants, terraces provide guests with the perfect refuge for savoring the quiet complexities of the winery’s fruits.
A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2020 Summer issue in the section The Artful Life. Subscribe to the magazine.