Located in the McLaren Vale, Michael Edward Harvey collaborated with Chapman Herbert design Primo Estate, building for tasting wine facility in South Australia. This building site amongst eight hectares of cabernet sauvignon, Shiraz and merlot vines. This building consists of tasting rooms, offices, production areas and a home for a specially imported wood oven.
The main building is located on the southern side of the piazzetta and houses the tasting rooms and office areas. The pivoting timber door to this building is deliberately massive and tactile. The long northern wall of the courtyard is clad in tallowwood. Its depth houses a long, recessed niche which serves as seating for outdoor functions and spillover seating for the tasting areas on busy days.