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In love with these chairs!

A month or so back we were at Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyards, one of our favorite local vineyards. Charles, the owner and winemaker, was having some custom made Adirondack chairs delivered. These chairs were made 100% from his wine barrels!

Wine barrel Adirondack made from Baker Buffalo wine barrels

Kim and I fell in love with these chairs. They were not only unique and beautiful, but they were very comfortable. The beautiful crimson color is from the wine that the barrel contained. How cool! Also, they have a cut out in the arm to hold your favorite wine glass ❤️🍷. There was also a side table made from the barrel head.

Table made from barrel head
Cut out to hold wine glass

So Charles introduced us to the craftsman, Tracy Camp. He and his wife are wine travelers like Kim and I. We talked for quite a while, and I asked him to make us 2 chairs and a table. Charles offered to let me pick out the barrels from Baker Buffalo to have the chairs made from. The barrels I chose still had a wonderful Merlot in them, so I had to wait until the wine was removed and bottled.

Fast forward to this week…my chairs are ready!

Tracy called me and told me our chairs are ready! I picked up our chairs and table and we were absolutely blown away! These chairs are gorgeous and so comfortable. The Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyards Merlot left a gorgeous stain on the wood. All of the staves used to make the chairs are beautiful. The barrel head has a beautiful stamp that makes the table unique and wonderful. Did I mention that ALL of the wood on these chairs and table come 100% from the wine barrels?!

These chairs hold so much uniqueness and meaning. They are a must have for any true wine lover. If you are interested in your own chairs or tables, you can contact me at or Tracy Camp at


Published by Carolinawinetraveler

Travelling the Carolinas visiting vineyards and wineries.

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