Vigilant Glass and Steel Wine Cabinets Grace New Baltimore Horseshoe Casino

| November 8, 2014

When Caesar’s Entertainment and the team at Whiting Turner Construction needed a large glass and steel wine display to frame the entrance to the Binion’s Steak House in the new Baltimore Horseshoe Casino, they turned to Vigilant to make it happen. The new $440 million, 122,000 square foot casino and entertainment complex is adjacent to […]

Wine Cabinets or a Wine Cellar?

| October 2, 2014

The choice between a wine cabinet or a wine cellar might be simpler than you think. For wine lovers, the thought of having your own wine cellar can be a romantic and compelling dream.  And why not?  A wine cellar brings legitimacy and a connection to the origins of vintage wine and it rates number […]

Vigilant Custom Refrigerated Wine Cabinets for Union Commons in TN

| August 18, 2014

In September of 2013, Vigilant began collaborating with Lynh Nguyen of LDN Interiors to design a wine display for the new Union Commons restaurant in Nashville Tennessee. After numerous discussions with Ms. Nguyen and Brett Davis, one of the owners, Vigilant created a conditioned wine display cabinet design to bring their vision of a modern, […]

Anatomy of a Refrigerated Wine Cabinet

| April 3, 2014

An elegant restaurant experience is created through a combination of dining room atmosphere, food presentation, interesting flavors, and wine. For clubs and restaurants with large wine collections, this means keeping wine bottles at perfect temperatures for serving and for long term storage. An increasingly popular appliance for the industry is the refrigerated wine cabinet. If […]

Answering the Wine Temperature Dilemma

| March 11, 2014

Having your wine stored under perfect conditions in your home or business can present many challenges.  First, there is not one magic temperature that is perfect for all wines at all times.  Are you storing old-growth Bordeaux’s for the long term or a Chardonnay for dinner tonight? Maybe you are doing both.  For simplicity, we’ll […]