Vigilant Teams with Teresa’s Prime to Create Stunning Wine Display

| November 8, 2013

Recently Mr. Nick Yebba, a well known restaurateur and the owner of Teresa’s Italian Eatery in Middleton, MA, purchased the former TCC Clubhouse at the Thomson Club in North Reading, MA. His plans for the facility included a complete makeover, including the wine storage and display areas. Mr. Yebba contacted Vigilant to design a custom […]

Passions for Wine and the West Inspire This Custom Pennsylvania Wine Cellar

| March 19, 2012

In the eastern Pennsylvania town of Bethlehem, Vigilant Inc. created this picture-perfect custom wine cellar in a sprawling, western-ranch style home. The wood and stone accents used throughout the house were integrated into the spacious wine cellar, including a slightly vaulted wooden ceiling and custom stonework on the walls and columns. The wine cellar has […]

Refrigerated Wine Cabinets

| December 22, 2011

As you can see, Vigilant Inc. has been busy with several refrigerated wine cabinet projects! Here is another project we are very proud of. We worked with Bill Parks of Best Cellar Wine Designs in Florida on these refrigerated and non-refrigerated wine cabinets for a Florida residence. These mahogany cabinets store, in total, more than […]

Kit vs. Custom Racks

| November 15, 2011

When considering a wine cellar, Vigilant offers several options, including kit wine racks, custom wine racks and modular wine cabinet kits. While options are great, some customers may wonder why they’d choose one over the other. The good news is that you really don’t have to choose one option alone, as all of our racks […]

Kit & Custom Wine Cellar Gallery

| September 27, 2011

Vigilant has built thousands of wine cellars over the years in many different areas and climates. With a comprehensive product line, customers can utilize both kit and custom elements to design their wine cellar to meet their exact specifications. Size, materials, finish and capacity can all be tailored to meet customer needs. Kit wine racks […]