Marking the official start of its 2009 Pinot Noir harvest, Goldeneye unveil its new state-of-the-art, sustainably constructed Gowan Creek Winery in the heart of Californias Anderson Valley. This production-only winery was designed by local architect Ron Verdier, of Verdier Architects, in collaboration with Goldeneye Vice President and Winemaker Zach Rasmuson, and will be home to all of Goldeneyes small-lot winemaking operations. In addition to being a purpose-built Pinot Noir winery, the new facility incorporates cutting-edge, energy-efficient and environmentally conscious design, and has begun the one-year process to achieve Leadership in Efficiency and Energy in Design (LEED) certificationthe United States Green Building Councils gold standard for sustainable construction.
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