This timeless corkscrew made of solid stainless steel parts encased in either beech wood or redwood, fits a man's hand perfectly. Comes packaged in a matching wood box with the Chappellet logo, making this a perfect gift for yourself or your host!
Cyril discovered these wine keys on a recent trip to Europe and thought they were "the finest wine keys I have ever used.” Made in Maniago, the cutlery capital of Italy, this handsome corkscrew is made with stainless steel parts. Available with either a horn handle or snakewood handle, the boot lever has been elegantly engraved with the Chappellet logo. Ships in a metal case with the Chappellet logo.
Molly Chappellet's latest book depicts LongHouse's sixteen acre sculpture garden, vast collection of ethnic and contemporary crafts and provides glimpses of Larsen's lifestyle. The text and 220 photographs illustrate that art and nature, aesthetics and spirit are central to living wholly and creatively.
Into the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance – is an intriguing pictorial and written tale that brilliantly illustrates the history, charm and eco-conscious qualities of California wine caves. Written and photographed by Daniel D’Agostini with Molly Chappellet, this magnificent book celebrates the history and future of caves for making, aging and storing wine as well as entertaining. You will be introduced to the cave men and women- from winery owners to cave constructors- who have spent the last several decades expanding the design and concepts of these underground works of art.
Molly's beloved book is filled with recipes inspired by the beauty of Pritchard Hill. Throughout, she shows how nature's discards make the best ornaments, and how treasures from outdoors can bring life to a room.
In Gardens of the Wine Country, Molly Chappellet and renowned garden writer and photographer Richard Tracy take you on a visual tour of the incredible winery gardens of the Napa Valley. Expansive lawns, fairy-tale rose gardens, enchanting pebble paths, and astonishing vistas are just the beginning.
Book One in Carissa's series The Dragons of Pritchard Hill takes you on a mythical journey into the history of Pritchard Hill. She reveals that the first grapes were planted by dragons! Incorporating her photography and whimsical illustrations, this book will be enjoyed by readers of all ages, starting at about age eight.