Vino Vault, a fine wine storage company with locations on both coasts, announced on Thursday that it will be acquiring La Cave Warehouse in Dallas. This will be Vino Vault’s first purchase in Texas and their fifth location in the United States.
Established in 1977, La Cave Warehouse was purchased from its owner in 2013 by married couple Rhonda and Kirk Chandler. Shortly after, the two moved La Cave to a 10,000-square-foot, temperature-controlled location with a custom build out. Today, La Cave Warehouse is one of Texas’s leading private wine storage facilities.
The Chandlers have said that the thing they love most about owning La Cave is the personal connections they have made through the warehouse over the years. “We’re confident that the Vino Vault team is going to take great care of our customers,” the couple said. “Their team has been on top of everything, making the entire process smooth, transparent, and simple.”
La Cave customers will have access to additional amenities under Vino Vault’s ownership, including concierge full-service wine storage, expert inventory organization, collection analysis, and turnkey auction management services.
“La Cave is a wonderful addition to Vino Vault’s growing network,” said Jeff Anthony, CEO of Vino Vault. “This is an award-winning facility that has been voted ‘best of’ several times by the local community. The Chandlers have developed a relationship-first business with their clients, and we look forward to building on that foundation.”
Currently, Vino Vault has locations in Los Angeles, New York, and now one in Dallas. The company’s main goal is to make wine collecting simple, enjoyable, and hassle-free. According to their website, Vino Vault was specifically created to offer a worldwide platform of storage services to better serve wine collectors, while maintaining the personal service that collectors have come to expect.
“We’re incredibly pleased that we have been able to create a collection of top-notch wine storage facilities for our clients across both coasts and in the south,” Anthony said. “Our goal is to continue expanding our service network across the U.S. and Europe.”