Collector Q&A: Jacqueline and Greg Monteferrario, New Jersey

Collector Q&A: Jacqueline and Greg Monteferrario, New Jersey
The design for Jacqueline and Greg Monteferrario's luminous, glass cellar was inspired by their visits to Las Vegas. (21st Century Digital)
From the Sep 30, 2020, issue

For their California-focused collection, the couple didn't want a traditional wine cellar. Inspired by showcase cellars seen on visits to Las Vegas, they decided to go big when it came to choosing a design for their 1,800-bottle space. Take a peek!

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