Bill Terlato bought his turn-of-the-century, English-style manor almost 20 years ago. But standing on the Lake Bluff manse’s lush green lawn, he notices a set of stone stairs leading to a grove of trees for the first time.
“I literally did not know that was there,” he says.
That’s because when Terlato is at the Tangley Oaks estate, he’s not there to relax — he’s there to work. The sprawling property serves as the headquarters for Terlato Wines International and as home base for Terlato, who oversees all aspects of his nearly 70 brands.