It is a very rustic, lodgey looking building with amazing architecture and beams to resemble the former coal mine Number 9, the property the cellar sits on.
Number 9 wine, which is very good!
The winery was decked out for the holidays and I couldn't resist snapping a few pictures on my small point and shoot camera (hence the grainy quality, sorry.)
That is one amazing fireplace!
Looking up, the beams resemble the inside of a mine shaft.
This tree was outside their upscale gift shop, Lush. It was tall and lovely!
It is hard to tell from this picture, but it was filled with long feathers and leopard print garland and gold ornaments. The Christmas balls were huge~ nearly the size of cantaloupes!
Lots of cozy throws and fancy hair-on-hide chairs~
I was "pining" for a lot of things in the gift shop......
I almost curled up in this amazing leopard print chair under this decadent faux fur throw and read a book.....(it was dumping snow outside, after all.)
These faux puppies were cute and very quiet, obviously.
I could actually see some of Farmboy's handmade barn wood frames and mirrors fitting right in and selling in this gift shop........ which reminds me, soon I will be featuring some of the frames that will be available in our space All That Jazz Vintage next week!
I hope you are staying cozy this winter, wherever you are!