Driftwood Vineyard is located on 64 acres deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. When guests arrive, they are led through a monumental gate that plays off the architectural style of the main production building. Meandering through vineyards and towering live oaks, the drive to the main campus builds in suspense as the guest climbs higher in topography until they reach the main campus, which is situated between two hills and overlooks the valley below, creating sweeping views of the property and exposing karst geology indicative of central Texas. Water in this region is a precious and often ephemeral phenomenon; using the concept of an arroyo to symbolize the movement of people and water, guests navigate through the landforms and ultimately arrive at the main entrance of the building. This property has been designed to allow flexible programming for celebrations of all scales through creating venue areas on the ceremonial lawn, in the wine cave courtyard, and throughout the property. As a functioning vineyard and winery, agricultural production is equally important as aesthetics and has been reinforced to highlight the processes of winemaking while tastefully hiding the service-driven utilities needed for shipments and event setup.