By Michelle Lyn

Boutique winery owners look beyond the bottle to stand out from the crowd

Wine is a lifestyle. This we know. One of our favorite, under-the-radar wineries, Revival, is about to get a lot more attention. And that’s a good thing. In an industry saturated by family owned boutique wineries, it’s tough to stand out and carve a niche of your own.

Revival is a tribute to the handmade, owned by second-generation winemakers and grape growers, born and raised in the Napa Valley. Wine is in their blood and owners Sean and Lindsay Garvey have expanded from their single varietal to launch a new lifestyle brand called Revival Made.

Revival Made marks the next chapter in their lives as they launch a line of products inspired by the land around them. They are “narratives formed from leather, cloth and clay, tales of collaboration that speak to our values of honest craftsmanship and our love of family and home,” says Lindsay Garvey, the creative director and visionary behind the brand.

Thoughtfully curated, partners are artisans who create timeless designs focused on function, simplicity and beauty. We like the direction this is heading.