Thursday, July 11, 2013

Chateau Ste. Michelle, 14 Hands

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates utilizing Windswept Weathered Wood

Windswept and Wineries, a Natural Fit

There is an endless amount of applications for WindsweptWeathered Wood but perhaps none more tantalizing than the wine industry.  From winery construction to tasting rooms Windswept is being recognized as a premium option with undeniable benefits- aesthetically, economically, and environmentally with the plethora of wildfires in the Colorado RockyMountain regions due to the beetle-kill devastation.

Chateau Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Washington's largest wine producer, will be opening its new Prosser winery dedicated to its growing 14 hands brand by this fall.

Wineries are taking hold of the ‘total value’ Windswept represents, none more than the new Chateau Ste. Michelle 14 Hands winery currently under construction in Prosser, WA.  Architectural firm BCRA Design out of Tacoma,WA is utilizing Windswept for both interior and exterior applications.

It's apropos to open a 14 Hands winery at the base of the Horse Heaven Hills because the name refers to the "14 hands" tall wild horses that used to live in the hills, said Erin Shane, communications manager for Ste. Michelle.

Windswept Weathered Wood will be featured in the upcoming AIA inform magazine for the Mid-Atlantic States.  Windswept will also have a booth at the upcoming AIA Show held in Richmond, VA in early November.

The features and benefits are endless, being limited only by your imagination.  Click here for a free sample kit andliterature packet.  Once you hold this product in your hand you will quickly understand the impact this product possesses on multiple platforms.

Glen Ehrhardt, Business Development
Windswept Weathered Wood
PO Box 59 
Lakebay, WA  98349
P. (253) 884-6255  
F. (253) 884-6256