Stewart Cellars

Featured at ArchitecturalDigest.com​

Reminiscent of old, stone abbeys, three buildings house a café, bookstore and wine tasting room, presenting extensive masonry, stained cedar siding, custom steel-framed windows and doors, and standing seam metal roofs. The tasting room bar is custom cast in concrete, and wooden planks with radiant heat provide the flooring in the public areas. A large, ancient oak tree thrives after extensive measures were taken to protect its root structure and the large canopy.

Stewart Cellars in Architectural Digest

Project Team

  • Location:
    Yountville, CA
  • Size:
    5,350 sf
  • JMA Project Manager:
    Tom Fruiht
  • JMA Superintendent:
    Dave Bartle
  • Architecture:
    Arcanum Architecture
  • Interior Design:
    Ken Fulk
  • Lighting Design:
    Arcanum Architecture
  • Mechanical Engineering:
    MK2 Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering:
    MK2 Engineering
  • Landscape Design:
    Surface Design
  • Structural Engineering:
    MKM & Associates
  • Civil Engineering:
    Riechers & Spence Associates