By Pasclina Comte. Barrel Chair. Published at Friday, December 22nd, 2017 - 22:38:25 PM.
The wood selected to create the barrels are often French Oak, Hungarian Oak and American Oak. The wine makers take into account not only the trees growing conditions, but the shape of the tree. Winemakers also consider the tightness of the grain of wood to ensure that the barrel provides the best conditions to cultivate the wine. The selection process to create the wood barrels helps guarantee the quality of wood used to build the furniture.
Go green in the process by using your barrel for catching rain. Wine barrels make great rain barrels but they do require care as they must be kept moist and must be kept clean. Cascading water fountains and garden planters are constructed from half barrels and offer unique decor for your home and garden. Barrel troughs are halved lengthwise and can be used as a raised garden bed or a stand up shelf or table in your tasting room or outside patio. The options are endless so consider putting your signature on a retired oak barrel!
Another option is to create a new life for your barrel. Respectfully retire your oak barrel from a life of aging wine to a new life of symbolizing the wine tasting lifestyle!
Wine Aging and Wine Tasting go hand in hand. Imagine a tasting table or a large barrel chair enhancing your deck or patio. Consider the multiple uses of a barrel head, with or without the steel hoop or band. They can transform into beautiful serving trays, lazy susans, face clocks or personalized signs!
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