3 Ways to Inspire Your Inner Wine Lover.

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A beautiful fall weekend with crisp afternoons makes for ideal wine-tasting weather. And The WinePort Tasting Room offers plenty of inspiration for those backyard barbecues and neighborhood gatherings.

The first way to make it easier on yourself is by keeping guests happy and wine glasses full without having to carry around a tray. With the Pass-thru Portal, you (or your sommelier) can serve guests both inside and out without missing a beat. Just flip down the window, lock into place, and provide a fresh pour to your guests out on the courtyard.
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The second inspired convenience is being able to quickly rearrange seating to accommodate any-size group: couple, trio, or wine club arrivals. Plush, cozy chairs can either lock together or be easily separated for individual seating. Stow a few extra bottles to have on hand in the below-seat wine storage.
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Last but not least, who doesn’t love a curved bar to encourage conversation and make it easy for guests to interact? Instead of sitting in a straight line at a boring bar, gather in curved comfort at The WinePort.
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Why not be the first to offer the tasting-room experience in your own backyard? Keep the party safe at home with The WinePort Tasting Room. For more information, please drop me a line at Annette@OrbanRanch.com. Saluté!

Annette Orban

I’m an inventive designer who creates brands to get noticed. My designs are backed up by competitive research before ever putting pen to paper (on the back of a bar napkin). I enjoy creating packaging design for the food & beverage industry. A love of organic architecture has drawn me into architectural projects. My latest project is The WinePort: A Portable Tasting Room, that I built in my own backyard.

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