The subject of this diploma thesis is an already existing winery on the outskirts of a modest rural construction in Pinzon in South Tyrol. The goal is to restructure the existing building and to expand the winery, all in a newly built manner. The main priority is to treat the historical and rural backgrounds with care. The thesis is divided in three superordinate chapters. In the first two chapters, I will observe two theoretical topics that will form the base for the designing task. The aim is to learn about the country, the towns and the architectural conditions as well as gather information on high-quality winemaking and work procedures relevant for the design and, lastly, tourism as a topic. Building up on this analysis of local conditions, a project will be developed in the practical part, which represents a timeless architectural style, encourages innovative thoughts and, at the same time, respects existing circumstances and the traditional environment. In this thesis, I want to present how artistic aspects such as scenery, location, space, material, light, haptic and functional requirements are combined in a complete symposium and a harmonic interplay in the shape of a confident, but not obtrusive architectural body.