Winery Plants Vines On Its Roof

Winery Plants Vines On Its Roof
Design

A sustainably-minded vineyard makes the most of its land around it by planting its crop on top of its own building.

Ross Brooks
  • 8 april 2013

Wineries are know for being green and blending seamlessly into their surroundings – but the Antinori Winery has taken this concept one step further – by turning their roof into a plot of cultivatable land.

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