Saint Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
Whether your special Dad is a proper wine connoisseur or just likes to keep a few bottles around the house, the RED EMPEROR™ will become the boast of his collection and a tasteful focal point to the family living room (or Dad's man-cave!)
Hand crafted of 1.5" thick solid elm and lacquered to a perfect antique-red finish, this über-swank wine and spirits cabinet poses as a Qing Dynasty wedding cabinet, befitting any upscale home (and Mom's approval). Remove the fitted lynch pin and give the door a push—and Voila! A 360° rotating chamber brings out the cabinet's 'Inner James Bond', revealing its secret alter identity as a fully functional home bar! Instant 'Wine Bar Envy' when Dad's friends come for a visit.
Complete with space for over 30 bottles of wine and spirits, 12 wine glasses, 9 whiskey snifters or shot glasses, drawers and compartments for accessories, decanters and wine buckets, the RED EMPEROR™ also has hidden compartments inside— 'for the good stuff'—and a convenient countertop preparation area for when Dad's on heavy bartending duty.
Weighing in at about 150 pounds, this baby is Solid wood, and lovingly handcrafted in artisanal style—No ticky-tacky fiberboard or allen wrenches here. Designed to be a beloved family heirloom, maintenance and care instructions are included.
The RED EMPEROR™ is produced in limited edition and imported exclusively by native St. Louisan Aaron Landis, who lived in Asia for nearly two decades before bringing this distinctive item back home with him. “Originally I made one just for myself, but then I fell so in love with the quality and beauty of the piece and the 'surprise factor' of the revolving door that I had to make this available to others,” adds Landis, who flew back to China to personally inspect each piece three to five times during production.
The RED EMPEROR™ sells for $1795 including tax and shipping, and can be purchased online at: http://www.orientalwinebar.com. The piece is delivered within 3-5 business days and set up in the owner's home, with all packing material carted away.