Former Chef Thinks Outside The Barrel in Crafting Furniture

MaryAnn Worobiec
Issue: May 31, 2002

In 1997, Paul Block was working as a chef at Honig Cellars when he stumbled upon a barrel in the winery. Block lifted one of the barrel's metal rings, and the wooden staves fell to the ground in sections, "like an orange," Block recalls.

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