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In episode #11 of Wine and Design, we taste two stellar wines from the Quintessential portfolio to help us explore the flavors of Spain. Tasting led by wine expert Andrea Rogers of Colorado Creative Beverage Marketing. What’s in the glass: Pazo Cilleiro 2016 Albarino (Rías Baixas, Spain) Muriel 2011 Rioja Reserva (Spain) << Episode 10:

Transitional design is a mix of modern and traditional elements, and its a niche that is trending today. For good reason as the merging of elements allows limitless potential. This compact Briarcliff Manor cellar is a great example. The darker hue of the wood and stone walls provide the traditional feel, while the lighter wood,

“Less is more” is the typical, if cliched, phrase heard when describing minimalism. But it’s the most accurate way to picture this style that is found everywhere in contemporary design and fashion. Whether monochromatic or a laid-back luxury look, simplicity is the name of the game. Here’s a look into how this style is used

In episode #10 of Wine and Design, we check out the oh-so-cool urban winery tasting room, Nine Hats Wines, in the SoDo district of Seattle. Tasting room lead Jonathan McBride sits down to discuss a tasting Washington riesling and how winery designed a space that allows for both a tasting experience and a wine-bar style feel.

The most basic decision to kick off a wine cellar or display planning process is to figure out if you need to add climate control (cooling and humidity). If you do, it becomes a much larger scale project (that can take weeks/months to build with a much higher price tag). If you don’t, you can

In episode #8 of Wine and Design, we convinced designer Myk Becknell of Leyes Construction to drive in from Oregon to join us at Hotel Vintage Seattle ahead of the night’s Cabernet & Credit event. We cover the styles of Seattle and Portland, Ore., design style basics, and settle which state — Oregon or Washington —

With spring in full swing, our fans/customers/clients seem to be having more fun than usual with their wine cellar designs. Pop open a Provincial rosé and enjoy this fun collection of the best #winewall, #winecellar, and #winerack action on Instagram this month. Need more? Let us help? 7. #heyhey Wine Display We’ve always loved the design

In episode #7 of Wine and Design, we visit Denver’s Bonacquisti Wine Co. to open wines from produced from grapes grown all over Colorado (Paonia, Grand Valley, Cortez), including a delightful fizzy Riesling made by our host for the day and a fabulous 15-year-old Merlot produced by Boulder Creek Winery. What’s in the glass: 2016 Bonacquisti

In episode #6 of Wine and Design, we invited Andrea Rogers from Colorado Creative Beverage Marketing to taste us wines from family-run operations in Mendoza, Argentina. Let’s just say happy hour started a little early that day. Colorado Creative Beverage Marketing is a Colorado-based marketing firm that helps bring unique and family-run vineyard operations into the

Free-spirited. Colorful. Ethnically inspired. A proud collector of accessories and artifacts from flea markets around the world. If any of these characteristics describe you, then you are most likely Bohemian, at least in the sense of general design aesthetic. The actual word is used to describe people who have unconventional social habits — and think

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