We had the unique opportunity to use an element of our design to pay homage to the history of wine making. This was for a Vineyard Chateaux that sat in the middle of the vineyard, so they wanted to pay homage to the land that they owned. The layout was fairly straightforward. Our advantage was the exceptional height of the ceiling in the room. It soared over 30’. In keeping the proportion of the piece relating to that height, we needed to add height to the wet bar; hence the elaborate light rails. We had artisans add the fine detail on all of the columns of carved vines with fruit attached showing them “climbing” up the columns. This carving was also used on the corbels under the counter top. We added the same detail in the etching on the glass doors of the back upper cabinet. The Piece De Resistance on this built-in: The 7 carved story boards in the base cabinetry. Each shows a different part of the process and l together they tell the story of how wine was made. The detail is unreal.