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A new chapter for Dowie Doole

It’s not often you hear both architect and client speak positively of delays in the building process. But for both Oli Scholz, of Adelaide-based architecture firm Scholz Vinall, and Chris Thomas, managing director and chief winemaker at Dowie Doole, the protracted two year design and build process for Dowie Doole’s first permanent cellar door is all upside. The result is a more functional, more resolved and more beautiful building that will offer visitors an immersive insight into the world of Dowie Doole.

Establishing a new, local presence for Dowie Doole has been a dream of Chris’ since he and even other shareholders bought the brand from founders Drew Dowie and Norm Doole in 2015 (Norm remains a shareholder and board

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