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Vino Pins arrive in Europe

Monday, 23 January 2017 by

Welcome to the intersection of wine and design. A place where your bottle display interacts with your evening. Introducing Vino Pins by VintageView. We designed the Vino Pins racks with a simple goal: To get out of the way of your wine. Our commercial-grade, aluminum pins are modern, minimalist and can anchor a collection of one

  There’s a lot to love about this modern wine cellar housed inside an impeccably designed flat in Belgium. First, it is situated in a way that it earns a look from a visitor from virtually every part of the home. The major social areas of the flat wrap around the glass enclosed cellar, making

The Evolution Series offers the ultimate in modern wine racking, a freestanding display that integrates acrylic and steel for an amazing look. Check out our latest commercial for the collection, featuring a few of our friends in Denver, CO.

Our Friends in Denver, CO sat down with the top wine experts at Fire Restaurant at the Art Hotel and Guard and Grace to discuss their interactive wine displays. Cheers!

Our friends in Denver, CO explored our two favorite beverages: coffee and wine, in their latest installation. Pantry? Nah, Reid Benes wanted to turn his space off the kitchen into the ultimate beverage station in his Denver-area home. The project started with a Rocket R58 Espresso machine. This commercial-grade station makes trips to Starbucks (or Dunkin’

When the Vino Series debuted  in the U.S. late in 2015, it was an immediate success with a quick sell out of our initial production run and several plaudits including being named to FSR Magazine’s 2015 Buyer’s Guide and Design Journal’s Best of 2015. That was just the beginning. Each product in the collection received

Perhaps the most important decision in planning wine storage is deciding if you should invest in a climate controlled display or rely on mother nature (room temperature) to do the trick. The simple answer being it’s never a bad idea to store wine in a cool, dark place. That said, there are a number of

Vincent Campbell likes his wine cellars modern, with a good mix of wood and metal for aesthetic appeal. He is the co-founder of Vino Grotto, an authorized VintageView dealer based in Brigham City, Utah. Vino Grotto focuses on contemporary wine cellar designs, often mixing its wood fabricated products with a variety of metal wine racking

C Fire Restaurant and Lounge has a certain aesthetic standard to live up to that most restaurants never have to even consider. It happens to be located inside the design-y Art Hotel, the newest addition to Denver’s architecture-minded Museum District. “Here at the art hotel, art is everything,” says Aaron Coburn, hotel manager. “We are the

The 4K moniker of this cellar could easily have two definitions. The obvious one being it holds 4,000 bottles (that’s a lot of juice!). You could also say it’s about 4,000 times more amazing than just about any wine room you’ve ever seen in a home. This two-story stunner is a centerpiece on the main

VintageView is better than a wine rack. It’s a contemporary wine storage and display system.
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