Longplay Wine, crafting unique wines from their vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains, prides itself on being “analog wine for a digital world.” On a high-profile corner of Newberg, the building reflects the industrial heritage of the area, utilizing standing seam metal roofing, corrugated metal siding, and steel awnings.

 

A dramatic shed roof, outfitted with an array of solar panels, envelops the wine production area. Parallel to this, an intimate tasting room welcomes visitors with warm interior of salvaged barn wood. The ten feet tall glass roll-up doors extend the indoors to a landscaped terraced patio with southern views.

Location: Newberg, Oregon

Size: Hospitality 2,750 SF, Winery 6,925 SF

Production: 8,000 cases

Project Team: Richard Brown AIA, Jason Didion, Hope Telford,

                       Narges Shams, and Riannon Reynolds

Contractor: Cornice Construction

 

 

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