Curbed takes a look at the evolution of winery architecture: turns out that wineries are actually a "modern phenomenon." Wine production was once only "the pursuit of the chateau-owning class," and it wasn't until the early 1990s — when wine production methods like "gravity flow" were introduced — that modern wineries even began to appear. [Curbed][Photo]
by Khushbu Shah
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