completed 2005 prior to the founding of bodega architecture

stoller vineyards winery

dayton, oregon  stoller was the first leed gold certified facility in its appellation. its vernacular architecture was based on existing farm structures, while using higher-quality, sustainable materials of similar appearance and texture. the interior of this willamette valley winery’s unassuming structure is occupied by a high-tech artisan apparatus used for processing fruit and wine aging, a specialty lab, tasting room and voluminous office space with abundant ambient light. solar panels supply nearly half of the facility’s energy, while cooling catacombs and its gravity flow design satisfy the owner’s desire for a sustainable workplace.

ernest r. munch architect-urban planner, llc
architect of record ernest r. munch
project designer j.p. paull