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We work with our clients and partners to solve problems, reveal opportunities, and create inviting architecture for every place and purpose.

Corollary Wines

Eola-Amity Hills AVA, Oregon

Hospitality / Viticulture

Corollary Wines

Under Construction
A relative newcomer to the Oregon wine community, Corollary has already defoied expectations and expanded the map by producing some of the Willamette Valley’s finest sparkling vintages. This spirit of exploration is also the driver for their newest project: founders Jeanne Feldkamp & Dan Diephouse acquired 57 acres in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA and are developing Oregon’s first property dedicated exclusively to sparkling wine. At the same time, they’re committed to creating an integrated and regenerative agricultural system across the entire site.

When complete, the new estate vineyard will have a winemaking facility, a guesthouse, and a new visitor pavilion and tasting room. Waechter worked with Corollary and their permaculture team to first understand the landscape and develop site strategies for these structures. We’re also at work on concepts for their first building project, which will provide a range of interior and exterior spaces for curated tastings, dining, and entertaining.

Slated to open in 2024, Corollary’s new visitor pavilion and tasting room will be an outpost and focal point for their new estate, and a testing ground for sustainable approaches to winemaking and stewardship of the land. We couldn't be more excited to work with them as they transform this amazing property.