Wineries are the places where winemaking takes place and, as such, they share similar spaces. All have a reception place for the grapes, a fermentation room, a machine for bottling and a store where oenological products are kept. In spite of this, they may vary in shape (some occupy palatial buildings or are architectural landmarks) and size (they may be located in a garage or an industrial building, etc.) But even so, they must have something in common in order to be called wineries: they must have the necessary tools for winemaking and have an architecture that allows for comfortable work and guarantees the safety of their workers.
In this chapter we also look at trends, such as sustainable architecture. This allows for the optimal use of space while minimizing energy consumption and reducing waste generation.