Collector Q&A: Pierre-Luc and Vanessa Charlebois, Montréal

Collector Q&A: Pierre-Luc and Vanessa Charlebois, Montréal
The entrance to the Charlebois' glassed-in wine cellar (Courtesy of Cellart)
From the Sep 30, 2020, issue

To house their collection of about 1,000 bottles, focused on France and Italy, the Canadian couple turned toward the design firm CellArt to create a luminous space. Take a peek!

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