French designer Philippe Starck has teamed up with architect pal Luc Arsène-Henry to create a cellar for a Bordeaux wine estate, designed to to look like a "raw metal blade plunged in the terroir"

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Philippe Starck and Luc Arsène-Henry build steel wine cellar for Château les Carmes Haut-Brion

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This winery is clad in black brick to minimise its visual impact on the surrounding landscape

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Alves de Sousa winery is a black brick box that emerges from its hillside site

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Winery by Belem Lima clad entirely in black brick

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Alves de Sousa winery is a black-brick box on a hillside site

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Bar Architects nestles a California winery into a hilly landscape

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Bar Architects nestles a California winery into a hilly landscape

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Law Winery near Paso Robles by BAR Architects

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Ludescher and Lutz add tasting hall to Hogl winery in Austria

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Ludescher and Lutz add tasting hall to Hogl winery in Austria

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Ludescher and Lutz add tasting hall to Hogl winery in Austria

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Ludescher and Lutz add tasting hall to Hogl winery in Austria

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Ludescher and Lutz add tasting hall to Hogl winery in Austria

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Torre de Palma Wine Hotel by João Mendes Ribeiro

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João Mendes Ribeiro
 expands a wine-tasting hotel in rural Portugal

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Earthy cabins hide amongst the vineyards at the Almagyar Wine Terrace in Hungary.

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Earthy cabins hide amongst the vineyards at the Almagyar Wine Terrace in Hungary.

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Earthy cabins hide amongst the vineyards at the Almagyar Wine Terrace in Hungary.

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Angular timber volumes emanate from the centre of this wine-tasting pavilion in France.

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Angular timber volumes emanate from the centre of this wine-tasting pavilion in France.

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Angular timber volumes emanate from the centre of this wine-tasting pavilion in France.

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Angular timber volumes emanate from the centre of this wine-tasting pavilion in France.

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Angular timber volumes emanate from the centre of this wine-tasting pavilion in France.

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The raw concrete exterior of this winery building in Germany is in such contrast to its neighbours that local residents think the structure is still under construction.

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