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For years, producing wine was a project for the chateau-owning classes, requiring massive amounts of land, labor, and time. But in the years since American wine production became a fully-fledged industry in the 1970s, wineries have evolved away from the chateau and toward a more contemporary, high-design look. Curbed National explores the world of winery architecture, from Santiago Calatrava's Bodegas Ysios winery in Spain to the "stepped model" designs seen in Oregon and New Zealand to newer urban wineries. [Curbed National]