Stainless Steel Refrigerated Wine Cabinets for The Bird Cafe

| December 5, 2013

Vigilant Inc. Partners with longtime Fort Worth and Dallas restaurateur, Shannon Wynne to create stunning wine display for his new endeavor, The Bird Cafe. Mr Wynne and his partner Keith Schlabs first contacted Vigilant in May 2013 with their vision of a grand wine display for their new restaurant, The Bird Cafe at the Sundance […]

How Big is a Wine Bottle?

| July 30, 2013

As a wine cellar designer and wine cabinet manufacturer, we design our wine racks and wine cabinets to fit all sizes of wine bottles, from magnums to splits.

Wine Bottle Closure: Put a Cork in it? Maybe Not!

| April 19, 2012

Wineries are trading the romance of the “pop” for more practical screw caps Wineries in Spain are forbidden by law to close their bottles with anything but natural cork. Elsewhere, wineries from New Zealand to California are debating the relative merits of plastic corks, natural corks and screw caps. As specialists in long-term wine storage, […]

How to Host a Wine Tasting

| June 10, 2011

Interested in hosting a wine tasting but not sure where to start? Here are some tips on how to hold a successful event, along with some options. Varietal Tasting A varietal tasting showcases the same grape from different regions. For example, taste Chardonnays from California, Italy, Australia and New Zealand. Choose wines that are about […]

Wine Region Spotlight: South America

| March 2, 2011

South America may not be the first place you think of when considering wine, but the continent produces some great varietals in many areas. Here is a look at the wine regions of Chile and Argentina. CHILE Chile’s climate and environment are ideal for growing grapes due to warm temperatures, fertile soil and its location […]