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VINE ART

Theodora Thomas selects the top ten vineyards around the globe with exciting art collections

The Donum Estate, Sonoma, California, US

An extensive trail of large-scale sculptures that crown the rolling land throughout the estate by an international array of artists including Keith Haring and Tracey Emin.

Keith Haring “King and Queen” 1987 © Anthony Laurino, The Domun Estate

Château La Coste, Aix-en-Provence, France

A collection of sculptures designed specifically for the landscape by artists, including Louise Bourgeois, that reflect the harmony between art and nature.

Château La Coste Louise Bourgeois “Crouching Spider” 2003 (including banner) © Andrew Pattman

Grande Provence, Franschhoek, South Africa

A collection of contemporary art and sculpture spanning a variety of media, situated in the gallery and throughout the estate.

The Gallery © Grande Provence

Castello Di Ama, Chianti, Italy

A collection of installations are dotted around the winery, designed specifically for the environment by artists such as Louise Bourgeois and Kendell Geers.

Kendell Geers “Revolution/Love” 2003 © Alessandro Moggi

Sculpterra Winery, Paso Robles, California

A sculpture garden home to a selection of primarily bronze and granite work celebrating the natural world and animal kingdom.

Dale Evers “Mega Focus” © Randy Coons

Georg Müller Stiftung, Rheingau, Germany

The winery’s “ArtCellar,” established in 2004, is a 250-year-old 10,764-square-foot space that holds exhibitions of contemporary art, showcasing a synthesis of art and wine.

Ulli Bömmelmann’s “Subspheres” 2000 © Torben Back

Other vineyards with notable art collections:

Hess Persson Estate, Napa, California

Contemporary sculpture, installation and two-dimensional art comprise the private collection of founder Donald Hess, who connects with artists and supports them throughout their career.

Peyrassol, Provence, France

A diverse and extensive contemporary sculpture collection with work by more than 50 international artists dispersed throughout the vineyards and architecture of the winery.

Pt. Leo Estate, Victoria, Australia

An impressive, grand sculpture park home to innovative contemporary works from artists such as Antony Gormley and Inge King.

Bodega Colomé, Salta, Argentina

The James Turrell Museum at the Argentine winery showcases works by clebrated light and space artist James Turrell.

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