« Scott Paul Wines

Carlton, Oregon

Completed 2006

Architect of Record: Ernie Munch

Scott Paul Wines winery and tasting room included the renovation of two early century buildings in downtown Carlton, Oregon. Previously a granary and creamery, the buildings are part of the original business corridor formed by Union Pacific rail lines and State Highway 47. Carlton was looking to enliven their town with current business while maintaining the aesthetic and livibiliy of Oregon’s rural communities. Scott Paul Wines fit perfectly into this model and provided a unique opportunity for reuse.

The brick structure was built in 1915 as the town creamery and later became a local feed store. It was transformed into the Scott Paul Wines tasting room and offices using recycled and sustainable materials – some harvested from the original structures.

Across the street, the winery building was originally built to house Carlton’s first electrical generator. After it suffered a fire, it was rebuilt and used for grain and hay storage. The building was remodeled and a harvest yard was added transforming it into Scott Paul Wines’ winemaking facility.

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