A Former Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant Has Been Transformed Into a Winery

A former Dr. Pepper bottling plant in Georgetown, Seattle has been transformed into a contemporary winery and events space by entrepreneur Charles Smith and Olson Kundig Architects. The 2014 Wine Enthusiast's global winemaker of the year has built Jet City Wines to create a vibrant and interactive multipurpose space within view of Boeing Field and Mount Rainier. "First and foremost," Smith explained to CoolHunting, "I am a winemaker and this is a winery, but because of the space afforded here we can do so much more. The open floor space where the tanks are and barrels—that's the heart of it. But this is like an old warehouse, with a lot of spaces that we realized should be public spaces." Check out the video above and head to charlessmithwines.com for more information.

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