Wine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton Korte       Clayton Korte Architects has built a wine cellar in the rolling hills of Texas, hidden in a limestone cave so it disappears into the surrounding landscape. The cave is near the owner's ranch in the rugged countryside around Austin. The cellar includes a tasting room, bar and restroom, and 4,000 bottles of wine are kept at optimum temperatures due to the cold underground climate. When local firm Clayton Korte (formerly Clayton & Little) began working on the project, the owners had already dug a tunnel 18 feet (5 meters) high and 70 feet (21 meters) deep into the hillside.Wine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton KorteWine Cellar in Texas Hillside Designed by Clayton Korte

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