Launched in 1997 by David Provost and a team of experienced
underground professionals, Bacchus Caves designs and excavates
unique caves for private and commercial clients. From an intimate,
subterranean getaway for a photographer and his wife, to a
30,000-square-foot temperature controlled wine storage facility for
a Sonoma winery, Bacchus Caves has established a premium reputation
for creating a wide range of singular caves.
Bacchus Caves is presently carving caverns into the hillsides of the San Francisco Bay Area, greater Los Angeles, and beyond. Caves range in size from 66 square feet to 42,000 square feet, and vary in function from music production studio, to art gallery, to dramatic dining chamber, to wine storage site. Excavated by Bacchus Caves, the Meritage Resort in Napa opened the world's first underground wine cave spa in May 2007. Anything is possible underground.