Got a little busy the end of last year working on custom orders, dreaming up new ideas and working them. So let's review a few of them.
One customer liked my 2 Bottle Wall Mount w/Bung Hole Display but asked if it could accommodate a Bottle Stopper . Oh ya and can you make Bottle Stopper Letters ? Emmmmm, sure why not !
The Wall Mount w/Bottle Stopper option was kinda fun…
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some completed projects "Wine Chimes" aka as Wind Chimes. Sticking to repurposing as much as possible still using Champagne/Sparkling cages as much as possible, Wine Bottles of course ( a few I had to empty they were good) and Wine Barrel Hoops on a good 99%. Barrel Hoops just are not big enough to be ummmm "Tingers" (for lack of a better term) in 1.5 liter bottles, but I've a few Wine Barrel Staves that solved that.
I've a few of these Wine Chimes listed and…
Added by Robert Taitano on August 9, 2013 at 9:12am — No Comments
Etched “Hanging Wine Bottle Candle Holders” and “Wine Bottle Pendant Lights” caught the eye of many. So much so we've been taking orders just for the etched bottles themselves. Any ways, to expand that line more we came out with Decoupage Candle and …Continue
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One of Virginia’s most unique wineries is available for sale on a confidential basis. Winery is situated on an exceptional country estate/farm property located in the heart of the most prestigious wine and horse country of Virginia, with easy access to Washington, DC. The real estate alone, not including winery operations, was appraised at close to $3 million.
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There is a new website now which showcases a new slideshow, magazine style collage albums, videos of photos plus myself taking photos, other video services detailed, lots of client reviews of my work and their experience and more. I invite you to check out www.loebphoto.net
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So did you miss the Wine-Fi News 12/03/11 edition ? Sorry about that, but was at Red Feather Winery all that weekend for Livermore Valley's "Holiday in the Vineyards" showing off Wine-Fi's wears. Had a real good time, good music and great people. Here's a little sample,
Added by Robert Taitano on December 11, 2011 at 12:06pm — No Comments
First hope you had a good and safe Thanksgiving. Speaking of safe, hope you also had a “SAFE” Black Friday. Jeez it getting crazy with pepper spraying and shootings !!!
Time for updates in regards to Collegiate Football and Team Glassware and other goings on at Wine-Fi.
For new readers here’s how it works at Wine-Fi. A pair of Collegiate Glasses ( Wine, Pilsner, Martini ) are priced at the everyday low…Continue
Added by Robert Taitano on November 27, 2011 at 12:40pm — No Comments
The Oregon Ducks and their Oregon Ducks Martini Glasses are back on sale by taking Oregon State off that sales list. The Ducks also took the Pac 12 North over Stanford with the win. For the 12th game in a row and solidifying their hold for a National Championship the LSU Tigers keep Louisiana State University Pilsner Glasses and …Continue
Added by Robert Taitano on November 27, 2011 at 12:37pm — No Comments
Sunday, time for last week’s Collegiate Football overview of who’s still sale and who was knocked out of the sale column. Also, we’ll see what’s new going on at Wine-Fi.
For new readers here’s how it works at Wine-Fi. A pair of Collegiate Glasses ( Wine, Pilsner, Martini ) are priced…Continue
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Well October is just about over with tomorrow being Halloween and some parts of the country are going to have a WHITE Halloween? Stay warm out there Trick or Treaters. Speaking of the strange weather it’s raised a little havoc with the Grape harvest too of some Wineries. Talking to Dan & Connie Davis yesterday of Red Feather Winery the Brix of their Cabernet Sauvignon seem to be holding at 22. So they’ve…Continue
Added by Robert Taitano on October 30, 2011 at 12:10pm — No Comments
Vigilant Woodworks and its subsidiary, Green Cabinetworks, were recently included in several area publications thanks to the Green Alliance, an organization based in Portsmouth, NH that connects green businesses with the eco-aware communities in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts. The Green Alliance also sells memberships to customers who benefit from discounts at…
Added by Stefanie Phillips on October 21, 2011 at 8:21am — No Comments
Wine Safari is proud to present that it is mentioned in four of the Rick Steves travel guide books:
Europe, France, Provence and Côte d' Azur and latest in the Mediteranian Cruiseguide book.
Also being presented on Tripadvisor.
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I am a resident…Continue
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At Vigilant Woodworks, we choose the best materials for our wine storage products so they will last a long time. Our individual wine racks, wine cellar doors, Tuscan tables and modular wine cabinets are made from mahogany, a wood known not only for its beauty but its durability. We also offer our wine racks in pine, which accepts stain well and can be sourced locally. Here is a closer look at these materials.
Added by Stefanie Phillips on September 27, 2011 at 12:27pm — No Comments
Keeping track of your wine collection in a wine cellar can be a daunting task. Here are some tips on how to organize your wine so you can easily locate your favorite bottle when you need it.
Q: How can I manage my wine storage?
A: Even if you have a small collection, it can be daunting to remember where every bottle is, and just what vintages you have in your collection. There…Continue
Added by Stefanie Phillips on August 30, 2011 at 8:48am — No Comments
The 2011 Champagne harvest has begun. With the combination of early flowering, low rain levels in the spring, and abundance of summer sun has led to one of the earliest picking seasons since 1822, the Champagne Bureau said…Continue
Added by Liz Palmer on August 26, 2011 at 8:18pm — No Comments