Marin at Home Magazine
“Le Cache offers a cabinet for all collectors, from the smaller 172-bottle model to the impressive 622-bottle version. Each is climate controlled to stay between 55 and 57 degrees and features double-pane tinted glass, door locks, low light, and humidity between 50 and 70 percent. Cabinets can be placed flush against the wall, and the beautiful cherry wood can be stained to match any decor.”
‘The Gods of Greenwich’
by Norb Vonnegut
This “hectic Wall Street thriller” features Le Cache Wine Cabinets, a vertical tasting of Screaming Eagle cabernet sauvignon, and at least one misspent bottle of 1961 Chateau Latour.
“Leeser’s kitchen housed an open-flame range for grilling steaks, Le Cache wine cabinet racked with 160 bottles, and another fifty-two-inch flat-screen television. This one was tuned to CNBC. A huge copper and brass cappuccino maker engulfed an entire kitchen island. The machine contained two gauges, one digital display, and at least three spigots. On top, a spread-winged eagle scanned the horizon for stray coffee beans…”
“Vonnegut follows his debut, Top Producer, with another invigorating dip into the shark pool of Wall Street’s hedge fund industry… Vonnegut, a financial professional himself, not only gets the language and tone of Wall Street right but has an instinctive feel for dialogue and action. Especially enjoyable is the rip-roaring finale at the Bronx Zoo.” – Publishers Weekly
“If anybody can turn international finance and hedge funds into a riveting thriller, it’s Norb Vonnegut. The Gods of Greenwich is a pure delight, racing relentlessly from the bedrooms of Manhattan to the boardrooms of Connecticut to the banks of Iceland. Bravo!” – JEFFERY DEAVER, #1 New York Times Best-selling Author