In episode #2 of Wine and Design, Jacob sits down with friend, winemaker, and neighbor Paul Bonacquisti at his namesake winery in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Denver to discuss the wild ride of making Colorado wine in a gritty part of Denver. What’s in the glass: 2016 Bonacquisti Wine Co. Cabernet Franc (Grand Valley, Co) <<

Located 950 feet above the ground, 71Above  is the highest restaurant west of the Mississippi. That’s far from the most appealing aspect of the haute American restaurant in downtown LA. Created by native Angelino and owner Emil Eyvazoff, this towering restaurant has dazzled locals and tourists alike with its insane views from the 71st floor of

In the first episode of Wine and Design, Jacob and Megan sit down at the VintageView HQ bar to discuss traditional, modern, and transitional wine cellar design. What’s in the glass: 2016 Gundlach Bundschu Mountain Cuvee (Sonoma) Episode 2: Local Wine is Good Wine >> All Wine & Design episodes

From the looks of it, everyone is starting the New Year off right. There’s some serious #winewall #winecellar and #winerack design inspiration on Instagram this month. Need more? Let us help? 7. Wine Cellar Done Right, Exactly The Roundabout show home in Park City, Ut., is giving potential home owners wine display-envy from the get go. Wine display features Wall Series

Let the start of 2018 ignite your creativity, and help you refresh and renovate your living space. Once the black sheep of the house, kitchens are now more than ever a focal role of the home. It’s the gathering place of family and friends, whether it be to start the day or wind down at the end of

Our newest line brings you a forward-thinking, metal, modular display to house wine by the case load. Designed for residential and commercial spaces, the locker/bin aesthetic can fill an entire space or simply be an accent piece. Welcome to Case & Crate. This modular product line offers a simple and quick solution to creating a wine display filled

For years, high-end steakhouses have drawn their top clientele through the doors more often by storing their wines for them. Locker programs at national giants such as Capitol Grille and Morton’s, and independent places like Guard & Grace (Denver) alike proven their worth. They improve customer retention and satisfaction while driving more revenue. Here’s how they work:

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It’s not often that we see a tasting room and say, “we could live there.” While a never-ending supply of wine is enticing, it’s always hard to picture the space as homey enough. The inviting school-house vibe of Medlock Ames winery in Alexander Vally of Sonoma breaks that mold. Designed by Will Wick — a stellar firm

We like to think we are the life of the party (at IBS and KBIS). Although #labelforward wine racks are probably at the top of your list of must sees on your IBS/KBIS check list, we figured it worthwhile to give you a few more reasons to visit us Tuesday-Thursday at Booth S2151. 5/We are giving

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