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BCRA Seattle selected as architect for 14 Hands Winery in Prosser

Tacoma News Tribune
February 4, 2013
By Herald Staff

The Woodinville-based Ste. Michelle Wine Estates plans to open a 14 Hands winery in Prosser this fall.

The winery will have a tasting bar, lounge and barrel room, and barn wood, stone and earth tones will be incorporated in the interior and exterior design “to reflect the winery’s location at the base of the Horse Heaven Hills appellation,” a Ste. Michelle news release said.

The architect is BCRA Design in Seattle.

Ted Baseler, president and CEO of Ste. Michelle, said in the release that “the performance of 14 Hands has been nothing short of remarkable.” He described 14 Hands as a “Washington powerhouse” that’s become the “fastest growing wine brand to reach 1 million cases sold in the history of the Washington wine industry.”

Ste. Michelle is the parent company of 14 Hands Vineyards.

Take a sneak peak of our latest rendering below and learn more about the growth of 14 Hands winery

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