Meet the Domaine Chicago Wine Storage Team

 

David Ohr
Domaine Chicago
General Manager

David’s well-versed experience in the hospitality and beverage industries landed him beverage director and consulting positions at such prestigious Chicago properties as Fox & Obel, David Burke’s Primehouse, Smith & Wollensky, The Metropolitan Club and Macy’s.  David oversees operations of our Chicago facility, including storage accounts, warehouse and staff. He works directly with prospective and active clients, fielding all inquiries and requests and coordinates local and regional client pick-up and delivery. David also manages calendar events and private client events.

 

 

 

 

Adam Young
Domaine Chicago
Warehouse Manager

Adam oversees, tracks and manages inbound and outgoing shipments as well as client inventories and is the main point of contact with clients. He graduated from Ball State university in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and telecommunications. He worked for a newspaper and a public relations firm but quickly learned that drinking great wine was way more fun. We tend to agree. Adam enjoys any well-made wine, regardless of variety, and he also enjoys drinking craft beer with friends. Adam is currently (and will always be) the Domaine table tennis champion, despite what any other Domaine facility staffers may believe.

 

 

 

 

Josh Mercer
Domaine Chicago
Warehouse Associate

Josh started working with Domaine in the winter of 2016 and previously worked in the retail beverage industry for five years in management. Josh relocated to Chicago a year ago from his hometown Muncie, Indiana, a city known for being the filming location of the PBS hit The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross. Josh never picked up painting as a hobby, but he does enjoy playing music with friends over a glass of Oregon Pinot. Josh is responsible for executing client requests, updating client inventory, performing local pickups and deliveries and maintaining inventory.

 

 

 

Read about our Domaine Wine Storage Chicago facility here.