We re-envisioned an existing house that overlooks the Coastal Range and the VanDuzer corridor, into a comfortable tasting room with a generous covered porch. The long high porch roof mitigates solar heat gain and allows for shaded views from the interior through large windows and doors.


The tasting room’s vaulted interior is punctuated with modified lighting fixtures and natural wood at the entry and fireplace. A landscaped courtyard, sited between the tasting room and production building, will host a variety of 200 person events from dinners to weddings. A catering kitchen, lab, and offices will support the facility’s activities.

Location: West Salem, Oregon

Size: Hospitality 5,440 SF, Winery 13,335 SF

Production: 20,000 cases

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

                     Narges Shams, and Rhiannon Reynolds

Contractor: Andrew Scott Construction



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