Rebuilt following a devastating fire and flood, Silver Oak Cellars’ 65,000 sq. ft. complex utilizes three building types for different functions: hospitality, production, and administration. The hospitality building features an exposed timber frame roof structure and masonry walls clad with 100-year-old reclaimed stone. Inside, priceless wine is housed in a sleek room of glass and steel. Upstairs, conference rooms enclosed with glass curtain walls overlook the tasting area below. A dining room and commercial kitchen provide for winery events, and the adjacent fermentation room is often used for additional dining space. Stainless steel tanks are housed in the galvanized steel fermentation building, while the barrel storage building maintains consistent temperatures for wine aging with thick concrete walls.