Paso Robles Community Article (12-10-2010)
An article in the Paso Robles Community newspaper about Nordby Wine Caves — Shedding light on underground wine. "Nordby Wine Caves owner Rick Shone said he aims to unearth the romance of California's
early winemaking days while providing a functional alcove for wine to mature." [Read Press Release]
Press Release: Nordby Wine Caves Digs Paso Robles Again (11-04-2010)
Nordby Wine Caves announces the beginning of Phase One in the construction of an 11,300sf mixed-use wine cave at Halter Ranch in Paso Robles, Ca. J.W. Design & Construction is serving as the General Contractor on this project. The first phase of construction is estimated to take 4-5 months to complete. [Read Press Release]
Nordby Wine Caves Featured On Discovery Channel's Dirty Jobs
Mike Rowe looks on as the Voest Alpine AM-50 roadheader trims the portal
Dirty Jobs is the Discovery Channel series that profiles the unsung American laborers who make their living doing the most unthinkable jobs. They featured a segment with Nordby Wine Caves in their Caving episode.
The film crew was awesome and great fun.....Mike Rowe is "electric", "a true grit American" doing what Americans do best, get dirty!
Nordby Wine Caves
Recently celebrating 10 successful years serving the California Wine Industry, Nordby Wine Caves is proud to offer complete turn-key solutions to underground wine barrel storage.
Thanks to an exceptional combination of highly experienced professionals, strong community partnerships, state-of-the-art equipment, and a top-notch portfolio, we’ve earned a solid reputation as the premier choice for underground construction in California’s wine country.
Nordby Wine Caves has completed over 30 caves throughout Napa and Sonoma counties. We undertake each project with an uncompromising commitment to quality, and pride ourselves on creating custom designs and solutions that are as unique as each winery we are fortunate enough to work with.