We hope that you are looking forward to the upcoming holiday season as much as we are. Parties, dinners and celebrations are around the corner. Now is the time plan your pull requests for the holiday festivities.
During the holiday season, our team will be enjoying extended time away. This will have the following impact on our facility hours.
Domaine Facilities will be closed during the following days:
Thanksgiving Break - Thursday, November 28 through Sunday, November 31 .
Christmas & New Year’s Break - Wednesday, December 25 through Wednesday, January 1 .
During this time, normal access to collections in Chicago, Napa and DC will remain unchanged.
For those of you who wish to pull wines before these closings, please note the following deadlines.
Thanksgiving Break wine pulls must be submitted no later than Wednesday, November 20.
Christmas & New Year’s Break wine pulls must be submitted no later than Wednesday, December 16.
We will be open on Saturday, December 21 to accommodate those who would like to access their lockers before the closing.
Domaine New York clients please login to your account to make all pull requests.
For all other locations, please contact your local facility and the Team will be happy to assist you.
We wish you a very happy start to the holidays, and please reach out to Lauren Morrow at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have.
- April 30, 2018
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Have Your Wine Delivered
We are already gearing up for your wine delivery needs this summer. The Domaine New York team scheduled deliveries to the Hamptons and Eastern Long Island on the following dates:
Domaine New York is hiring for three new positions: Inventory and Client Service Manager, Warehouse Associate, and Delivery Associate. Do you know someone who would be a good fit for Domaine Team?
Through our friends at La Paulée, we were introduced to Becky Schultz of Music Box Films, the US distributor of the new film Back To Burgundy and thought you’d like to know about it.
Back To Burgundy (Ce Qui Nous Lie in France) is a film that anyone who loves Burgundy and the fabulous wines produced there, will enjoy. In addition to a great storyline, gorgeous cinematography of the most coveted wine-growing region in the world, and warm accolades from Rosi Hanson of Decanter, the film also credits Jean-Marc Roulot as part of the cast.
Domaine Storage provides superior storage, organization, consulting and logistics services to fine wine collectors around the globe. Our team manages some of the world’s most significant private wine collections and also assists beginning and established collectors with acquiring, organizing and protecting fine and rare wines. With refrigerated storage facilities located in Saint Louis, Chicago, Napa, New York, and Washington DC and over 1 million bottles in storage, we are the largest network of wine storage facilities in the US.
Make a career change! Would you like to work in wine and hospitality and also have nights, weekends and paid holidays off? Your hotel or food and beverage expertise are a great foundation for a new career as the General Manger of the most well-appointed refrigerated storage warehouse for private wine collectors in Chicago.
Though provenance is still debated, there is absolute truth in the statement, “There are 3 kinds of lies. Lies, Damn lies and statistics.” Today, let’s address statistics as they relate to wine buyers. Many of you have seen the breathless press releases and quotes from auction houses touting their most recent sales. The most abused statistics are sell-thru rate and total proceeds.
A well-curated wine collection evolves over many years – sometimes decades. If stored properly, the wines will be more enjoyable in the glass and infinitely more valuable upon resale. So, whether you are collecting for investment or enjoyment, here are six crucial concerns to consider when storing your wine collection.
Domaine New York has officially gone paperless for storage pick-ups and deliveries!
In lieu of receiving a paper receipt upon pick up or delivery of your wine stored at our facility, you will now receive an email outlining the details of your pick-up or delivery along with the signature capture upon completion of the physical transaction. If we have picked up your wine, you will also be notified when your wine has been inbounded at the storage facility as well as inventoried into your account.
It is our priority to provide the most efficient, seamless service for our clients. Thank you, as always, for your business.
The Domaine Team
Packing, moving and storing wine can take a toll on the boxes protecting your collection. Over time, we have tweaked and updated our cardboard boxes for superior durability and to accommodate a wide range of bottle shapes.