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in the country, in what ever style you may choose.
Please contact us to discuss your needs and desires.
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|The photos to the left are of a cellar
designed for a San Francisco area home.
Three separate rooms hold 4,500 bottles
and include a tasting room to entertain.
|The "wall of wine" below was built in
Deer Valley, Utah and designed to not
sacrifice a full room. It is a fully
enclosed temp controlled spaceholding
575 bottles. The distressed pine paneled
walls match the homes interior..
|The photo below is a 1,000 bottle cellar in
San Francisco installed inside a former
pantry. 6" deep custom shelf units were
constructed just inside the doorway to hold
Champagne bottles upright and make use of
what would have been wasted space.
|This 1,000+ bottle cellar in Park City, Utah was
designed and installed into a former sauna.
The sauna equipment was removed and a split
system cooling unit added above the doorway.
The all heart redwood matched well to the
original redwood walls.
|Below is a 1,000+ bottle cellar in Los Angeles.
Maximum capacity was achieved by designing 8 foot tall
racks and space for magnums within its narrow confines.
|The photos below show a Los Angeles cellar installed in a basement that was
previously unusable for anything other than rough storage. The walls, ceiling &
floor were sealed and finished for the 1500+ bottle custom racking and cooling
unit. For a small space, any possible feeling of claustrophobia was avoided by
maximizing storage space with double deep racking on the lower portion only,
allowing for more “personal” space above the tabletop with single deep racking.
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|This cellar built in the Los Angeles area was designed for a custom built
space in a new home and incorporates redwood racking over 9 feet high.
The capacity is in excess of 2,600 bottles with a double deep display row.
|Another tight basement that was designed to hold 1,000+ bottlles
and keep a showcase feel with the display rows and table top.
|Below is a 9,000 bottle underground cellar in South Carolina. The bins were very specifically
sized per the client's request, as was the movable rack that acts as a hidden door.
The wine itself is separated by sealed glass from the dining room & kitchen.
|Looking past the tabletop. All drawers
designed to fit (12) 750ml bottles and
open with full extensions.
|Rack in motion opening as a hidden
door to expose room behind.