It’s Super Bowl time, and we’re showcasing one of our favorite stadium projects: the custom wine cabinets at Lodge Kohler, steps from Lambeau stadium.
Vigilant’s latest project was a double sided refrigerated wine cabinet for the Governor’s Club in Chapel Hill, NC.
Captain Anderson’s is an award winning restaurant that’s been a staple on Florida’s Gulf Coast since 1967. Growing year after year, it now brings in over a quarter million customers every season. It is no wonder that with that level of business they were in need of a wine storage solution that could hold upwards of 2,000 bottles. The restaurant reached out to Vigilant Inc. to help create them the perfect wine cellar.
Vigilant was honored to update the wine storage for Joseph Phelps Vineyards in Napa Valley. Vigilant created custom wine display cabinets, shelving and wine racks for the recently renovated winery.
Secure refrigerated wine lockers created for the sophisticated Vine Vault facilities.
Vigilant recently collaborated with Abenaqui Country Club in Rye, New Hampshire, to create custom wine lockers for their newly renovated lounge, the 1903 Room. The space received more improvements with the addition of Vigilant’s custom non-conditioned wine lockers for club members. The mahogany wine lockers feature framed tempered glass doors with adjustable euro hinges and …
The Tasting Library, a new wine tasting/retail store recently opened in Sheridan, Wyoming. Their unique concept offers customers the chance to “try before you buy;” allowing them to sample an array of fine wine and spirits before actually making a purchase. Danyelle Heide, general manager of Star Liquor, parent company to the new Tasting Library, …
Vigilant partnered with Shea Design out of Minneapolis, Minnesota and Steve McNulty of Hershey Entertainment to fully revamp the Circular Restaurant at the Hotel Hershey in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Vigilant constructed these custom wine cabinets for the new Bali Hai restaurant at the Hanalei Bay Resort in Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii. The former Bali Hai restaurant was destroyed by fire in 2011, and we were contacted by Jim Mehta and Ed Colson of HBR Enterprises in Hanalei, Hawaii to help in restoring the restaurant.
If you are in the process of researching retail wine shelving for your new or existing wine store, there are many important factors to consider in addition to price. The cheapest option may not offer you the best value. Following are some of the key components we at Vigilant think are critical and are taken …