Classic Gooseneck Barn Lights for Boutique California Winery

As you cruise scenic Highway 29 that runs through the heart of Napa Valley, California, lush vineyards beckon you to visit the birthplace of America’s wine making industry. The vast majority of Napa Valley vineyards are family owned and operated, and all offer tours and tastings. If you go to Napa, plan on watching the movie Bottle Shock before your trip for a little history of how Napa burst onto the world stage in wine making.

If you do some research, you’ll find smaller boutique wineries that offer a more intimate experience than some of the larger operations. We spotted one such winery — Trespass Vineyard — on Houzz recently and we fell in love with the stunning dark facade of this building accented by shiny galvanized gooseneck barn lights. These gooseneck lights are very much like our Cherokee Uplight Gooseneck Light which takes the classic warehouse shade and updates it with modern detailing and a hint of nautical style with bands above the shade that provide gentle uplighting.

The Cherokee comes in four shade sizes and a variety of powder coat finish colors that range from basic Black and this Galvanized look to more contemporary hues like Teal, Watermelon, and Buttery Yellow. Plenty of gooseneck arm styles are also available for the Cherokee from the traditional curved gooseneck arm to the straight arm shown here on the side of the building. Our American-made gooseneck lights are crafted from quality, heavy-gauge aluminum and will provide years of service even in commercial settings such as this.

The design team at Story Design & Construction, who created this beautiful space, continued the rustic look under the portico with wall-hugging sconces that flank the side door. To get this look for your home or business, check out our Atomic Topless Streamline Industrial Guard Sconce which was inspired by the 1930s Streamline Movement. With a rugged cast guard, sturdy backing plate, and many customizing options, this wall sconce is the perfect choice for commercial lighting plans!

Photos courtesy Story Design & Construction



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  1. lisa herndon

    could you tell me the color that was used to paint the barn, and if it is stain or paint?

  2. Lori

    I also want to know what was used for exterior color! Thank you.

  3. Dianna D Dannhaus

    Please share the beautiful color of the barn with me as well. This is such an incredible building.
    It all fits so perfectly together!

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