Originally built as a simple, Tuscan-style set of structures, the buildings were designed to seem as if they had lived on the site for a long time. The single-level stone buildings form a matched set, the rectilinear structures aligned parallel to one another with ample room between to accommodate wine production.

Within the renovated fermentation and barrel building, all of the working production facilities have been renovated with all new tanks, piping, catwalks, floors and drains.

Although the exterior grounds are primarily decomposed granite in keeping with the old-world design of the buildings, additional concrete pathways were added to augment accessibility and meet ADA requirements, with paving patterns providing direction.