We love wine. We love good design. Most importantly, we love helping you through the entire process of planning your home or restaurant wine cellar, from planning to the day your modern wine racks arrive onsite.
Charles has been involved in and around the beverage industry his entire career. He graduated from the University of Colorado and began his career at the E. & J. Gallo Winery in its Management Development Program working in California and Japan. While based in Tokyo for six years, Charles developed a passion for ramen, riding the high-speed bullet trains and occasional gazes at Mt. Fuji.
Charles is active in the Colorado Chapter of the Entrepreneur’s Organization. He and his wife are the proud parents of twin boys and a daughter who keep them moving and grooving.
With a background in real estate investing and construction, Doug McCain founded VintageView in 2001 out of his garage in Castle Rock, Colorado. The first display system, which held over 3,000 bottles, was installed in his personal wine cellar and word quickly spread about the innovative wine display he had created. Soon friends and family began requesting their own label-forward racks and Doug began producing and selling them out of his garage, laying the groundwork for VintageView to become an award-winning, household name in the wine industry. Doug is an avid fly fisherman and car enthusiast. He enjoys traveling all over the world with his wife Sally. One of their favorite places to visit is Africa, where he likes to go on safaris and photograph the wildlife.
VP of Sales & Design
Dave was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has worked in the wine cellar industry since 2004. He has a degree in Civil Engineering and in Business Management. In 2013, he and beloved dog relocated to Denver to be closer to VintageView’s main office. He comes from a large family of four brothers and two sisters and loves to spend time with his nieces and nephews. Outside of the office, Dave enjoys playing sand volleyball and is always up for a trip to the mountains or beach.
Vice President of Operations
Rachel was born in Boulder, Colorado on leap day. She got her foot in the world of logistics 17 years ago and has spent the last 8 of those years working with VintageView. In her free time, Rachel enjoys listening and collecting music and tending to her vegetable garden. She is the proud owner of a 6 year old mini Labradoodle named Oski, who brings lots of joy and teaches her patience.
Logistics & Customer Service
Dealer Services Guru
Laura is a Denver native raised by her amazing father. After exploring Las Vegas and San Diego for seven years, she returned home in 2014. She brings a strong administrative background to VintageView, having worked for the state of Colorado assisting developmentally disabled teens in seeking employment. Laura has held customer relations positions in pro sports including within the San Diego Padres ticket office and our beloved Denver Broncos (a current, weekend position). In her personal life she enjoys spending time with her family, friends and fiancé. She has two furry babies, Vincenzo and Jimi Hendrix. The beach is her happy place, and she lives for concerts. You can find her at just about every Red Rocks show during the summer.
Megan was born and raised in Arvada, Colorado. She obtained a bachelors degree in Psychology from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Megan loves spending time with her husband and two children. In her free time, Megan takes pleasure in volunteering at her children's elementary school, taking road trips with her family, and scrapbooking.
Erin spent most of her life in Austin, Tx., before relocating to Colorado in 2016. She brought more than five years of customer experience with her to VintageView, where she serves as the company’s lead customer relations contact. Erin attended Austin Community College before embarking on her customer-centric career. In her free time she enjoys being active in the Colorado outdoors, playing video games, and spending time with her husband.
A Colorado native, Eric spent most of his youth on the West Coast before returning to Denver in 1987. For nearly 20 years, he served in increasing warehousing capacities at Albertsons distribution center. In total, he has nearly 25 years of experience in logistics and warehouse management. Eric has an 8-year-old Shiba Inu named Sienna, who he takes to the mountains whenever possible. He is also an avid skier and loves to travel to New England to visit family.
A family man, Toby has been married for nearly two decades and has two children — and another pair of grandchildren. He was honorably discharged from the Illinois Army National Guard, and spent 16 years working at two different distribution companies before joining VintageView. Outside of his attention to detail in the warehouse, Toby spends his time woodworking — and several of his colleagues have handcrafted wood art to show for it.
NE Region Sales
Since moving to Denver in 2010, Katie has worked in customer service and management roles in the pet industry. While her love of animals certainly didn’t wane, she joined VintageView for the challenge of expanding our service along the East Coast (and in Iowa). Away from the job, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Andy, and their three rescue dogs, Heidi, Roadie, and Roz.
Western Region Sales
A huge Broncos fan, Tracy considers herself a diehard Denverite. She brings a strong background in sales and account management from the waste industry and is excited to continue growing her skillset at VintageView. Although she doesn't get to do it often, Tracy enjoys traveling and snowmobiling in the winter. Away from the job, she likes to go camping and spend time with her husband and two daughters.
SE Region Sales
Although born in Traverse City, Mich., Renee has been in Colorado long enough to be easily be confused with a native. She brings a strong background in manufacturing and construction sales, management, and interior design acumen to her role at VintageView. Outside the office, Renee enjoys spending time with her husband, two teenage boys, and friends. You can also find her traveling to tropical regions, attending concerts, shopping, enjoying Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine, remodeling her home — or just binge-watching HGTV.
Christie grew up in South Florida, moving to Boulder to pursue an MBA from the University of Colorado. She brings an extensive background in sales, account management, and business development from the high tech/telecom sector, briefly taking a leave from the corporate world to work as a home-based career coach while starting a family with David, her Aussie husband. She fell in love with VintageView's wine racks while designing her own wine closet — then bugged us for a few months to get a job here. Outside of work, Christie enjoys traveling, hiking and skiing with David, the kids and their mini Labradoodle, Ozzie.
Design & Marketing
Design Project Coordinator
Sarah Marsden (not related to James Marsden) was born in Minnesota, raised in Baltimore, and just moved to Denver from Reston, Va., at the beginning of 2018. She has had many ventures from community management to co-founding Marsden Media, a freelance event/portrait photography business, with her husband. Sarah has traveled to 44 countries and 44 states so far in her life. When not traveling or working, she is involved in comedy improv and sings in the church choir. Most importantly, she actively tries to Catch ‘Em All while exploring the city with her husband and two terriers.
Thomas made the leap from designing kids playgrounds (literally) to adult playgrounds (figuratively) when he joined the VintageView team. He brings his AAS degree in architectural design from Red Rock Community College and several years of spatial design to this post. When he's not designing your wine cellar, you can find him playing disc golf or dreaming about scuba diving all over the world.
Katie comes to the wine cellar design world with experience working on a diverse portfolio of projects including model homes, corporate offices, and sports arenas and stadiums. She holds an Interior Design degree from the University of Nebraska (Lincoln). When she's not designing your wine cellar, you can find Katie teach barre class (and recruiting her VintageView colleagues to take classes), spending time with her family (husband, daughter and two dogs), exploring local breweries, and watching Cornhusker football.
Director of Marketing
A New England transplant, Jacob has called Colorado home since ’98 when he moved west to attend the University of Colorado-Boulder. Following an award-winning career in journalism, he transitioned to the ad agency world, simultaneously earning his sommelier certification and becoming an advocate for Colorado wine (naturally, his modest 100-bottle wine closet features several Grand Valley, Colorado, selections resting on VintageView racks). Jacob is also an avid skier and backpacker, who thru-hiked more than 1,400 miles of the Appalachian Trail and is working his way toward climbing Colorado’s 54 14ers.
Megan comes to VintageView from the fashion industry, where she owned a women’s clothing boutique for two years. After failing forward, she continued to stay true to her original mission of working with local fashion designers and helping them grow their businesses through marketing and sales. Lucky for us, Megan decided she needed a change, and her love for wine and design brought her here. A Denver native, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Kingsley, shopping at local boutiques, and eating great food.
Chief Barking Officer
Panda loves to share kisses but barks first and asks questions later — especially in front of the men in the office. She can usually be found curled up under a desk in the marketing department on Fridays. In her spare time she chases tennis balls and is known as the fastest dog in Jefferson Park. Her dad is Jacob.
Chief Office Dog (In memoriam)
Iris was Dave's loyal companion for more than 17 years. She could always be found napping next to her dad's desk in the sales department. At nearly 18, she was sent to Doggie Heaven in June 2016. Her beloved dad Dave Elliott could not have had a better companion throughout the years.