One look at this Hobbit hole-like winery in the country of Georgia and you’ll fall in love with green architecture.
Built three years ago in the Kakheti region, the Shilda Winery consists of three artificial caves that gently rise up from the ground, bringing the rows of grapes with them.
The 2.5 yard-spacing of the vineyard rows have translated into a striped grid that makes up the building, expressed by a series of arching beams that literally raises the vineyard up from the ground.
Over the top run the rows of grapes, and behind in the distance are the Caucasus Mountains, ensuring that the buildings perfectly blend into the background.
Inside the three hillock houses are a storage area, a tasting room and wine center, and a restaurant/bar.
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