Aspire contains just about all the functionality of all the other Vectric products EXCEPT PhotoVCarve, plus a whole lot more. But, it's not cheap, at $2000.
The Wine Cellar door is a tricky example. The question is, do you want to make you're own 3D models? The grapes on that door can be purchased for $25, and machined with free software from http://www.vectorart3d.com/store/ind...etail&ID=50216
The V-Carved text would require V-Carve Pro to do, as well as the elliptical inlay. Imo, I don't think the raised panel was cut using Aspire, as it's not a very efficient way to make raised panels, but you could if you want.
PhotoVcarve would be required to do the photos, but it's quite inexpensive compared to Aspire.
As I mentioned before, the real question is do you want to create you're own models, or purchase them. If you want to create your own, then buy Aspire. If you want to purchase them, then buy the bundle with PhotoVCarve, V-Carve Pro and Cut3D.
For the Wine Cellar door, Cut3D can do the grapes, and then those toolpaths can be brought into V-Carve Pro to add the text. This let's you machine it (and save it) as a single project in one program, rather that doing each part in a differerent program.
Now, I don't really like telling people what software they should buy. What you really need to do is download all the demos, learn how to use them, and then YOU decide which ones you need. That's the best way to not spend money twice.