The 205,000-square-foot winery is one of the world’s largest and boasts a fully equipped production facility integrated into the landscape.
As part of the property’s effort to become the world’s first LEED-certified winery, the structure includes several water features for evaporation and irrigation.
Rich leathers, textiles, and lighting make spaces comfortable, while the asymmetrical rooms are positioned to capture sweeping vistas of the expansive landscape.
A wide array of materials, including locally sourced granite, concrete, and sustainable wood, were chosen to anchor the interior to the natural setting.
Guests sit around open-fire wood grills in a large lounge space at the 120-seat Restaurant at Bodega Garzón.
Terraces with intimate seating surround the restaurant and overlook the vineyard and mountain ranges.
International vintner Alejandro acquired the 500-acre property with his wife Bettina in 1999.