CANADA: Guggenheim architect commissioned to build winery
The owners of the Le Clos Jordan vineyard estate in Canada's Niagara Peninsula have commissioned Canadian architect, Frank Gehry - known primarily for his unorthodox Guggenheim Museum, in Bilbao, Spain - to design plans for a new winery. The estate's new home, set on a 137 acre site and formed by the merger of Burgundy producer La Famille Boisset and Vincor International, Canada's largest producer of wine, will be completed in late 2005.
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