For this VIP lounge, it was important to have an idea in relation to the cellar's activity. The use of wine glass in decoration is not new but apparently not in this way. The idea of presenting wooden glasses was interesting to remind us of the oak barrels but asking a wood turner would have been complicated for the regularity of the shapes, for the stability of the wood over time, for the fineness of the thicknesses but above all with the risk of producing many of them to retain only the fifty or so needed for this realization. For my part, I made enough fake wood on different supports to consider it in fake painted oak. The solid glass of the Luminarc brand (Heritage 35cl range) all received a glass hanging paint before being painted, either in powdery matt white or in fake oak to leave the name of the cellar to be read in the middle of these 400 glasses. The structure and support of the glasses were made by the Eusebio Ets in Spain.
MACÁN Bodega, Samaniego in Spain