August 2, 2021 – What do you do if you own a spot of land in the Texas hill country? Especially when those hills are solid limestone? You could always borrow a page from San Antonio architecture firm Clayton Korte and embed a wine cellar into the hillside, making it disappear into the surrounding landscape.

Located nearby the owner’s ranch, the Hill Country Wine Cave offers a tasting room, bar, and restroom. But this wasn’t an easy project to build. The cave required the excavation of a tunnel into the hillside that measures 18 feet tall and 70 feet deep.


Step Inside the World’s Most Incredible Private Wine Cave