Clif Notes

Velo Vino Napa Valley

Originally Posted by Efrain Barragan on Thursday, February 17, 2011

We continue to spinsip…and savor our way to the grand opening of Velo Vino of which we project a soft opening in mid March followed by a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration in late April (dates to be announced). The incredible run of Spring weather allowed us to get a number of critical elements completed on the project, notably the exterior painting of the building which is a bright and resounding yellow affectionately referred to as “Pumpkin Spice.” The reclaimed oak flooring from an eco friendly company called Terra Mai was installed last week and the results are stunning as we applied a light sealer which showcases the rustic and unique grain patterns in the wood. We will be accenting the flooring with a rustic reclaimed redwood wainscoting which is scheduled to be installed soon along with our copper top tasting bar which is also constructed of recycled woods.

Home of Velo Vino Napa Valley

Other Notable Updates:

To add a European accent to our wine and bicycling experience, we will be serving vintage espressos which will be the perfect pre-lude to an epic Napa Valley ride. Our wines (although astounding wonderful in their own right) will be accentuated with food pairings featuring our Gary & Kits Gourmet Mountain Mixes comprised of nuts, dried fruits, seeds and other organic ingredients which will bring together in harmony the attributes of our wines. We are also preparing for the electric car revolution and will be installing an electric car charging station which will be compatible with the Nissan and Chevy electric cars (many of which are coming out this year). Enjoy a wonderful glass or bottle of wine on our sensory garden patio while you electrically charge your transportation Velo Vino style.

Stay tuned for future updates as our project progresses. Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Yelp and FourSquare.

Ciao,

Velo Vino Wine Domestiques


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