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Tech Tuesday – Episode #12 – Beauty and Versatility

November 30th, 2010

Beauty and versatility. This is what today’s featured wine cellar is all about.

In case you missed last week’s post, it was a nice wine cellar that featured distressed wood built in a small yet well utilized space.

Speaking of wood, choosing the best wine cellar wood is of course one of the important things to do when building a wine cellar. Today’s residential home uses Prime Mahogany wine cellar wood, which is an extremely dense, hard and heavy wood. Here’s why we (and many wine cellar owners) love it: its distinctive grain pattern lends itself to stains and finishes. As you can see from the photo, this Amber Blaze with Light stain gives this wine cellar a luxurious appeal.

What: Residential Custom Wine Cellar
Project #: 202071-4-0
Wood: Prime Mahogany
Maximum storage capacity:  1,395 wine bottles
Where: Birmingham, AL

Residential Amber Blaze Wine Cellar

We love how the wood stain matches the tile flooring, and some of our favorites are the center peninsula table (perfect for wine tastings!) and the wine cellar door. Featuring  a light stain with Arched top Gate with climbing Grapevine, it really makes an inviting entrance to the beautiful wine cellar!

Custom Wine Room Door

The owner picked our top of the line Platinum Series wine racks for this wine cellar can house 1,395 wine bottles. The cellar features LED lighting, tongue and groove on the walls and a great selection of versatile wine racks – fabulous single deep and double deep storage racks, solid diamond bins, open rectangular bins and open vertical wine bottle displays!

Amber Blaze Curved Corner

Notice the 90 degree true radiused curved corner racks? We love how it allows the racking to flow around the wine room seamlessly, with no sharp corners. With multiple 15 degree angle wine display rows, the corks are kept moist and lets you easily view wine labels. There’s also a wine cellar cooling unit behind the racks that work to preserve the true aroma and flavor of the wines.

Cooling Unit

We love big wine cellars and we can just imagine this magnificent cellar full of wine bottles! If you’d love to see more residential wine cellars like this, just keep tuning in to Technical Tuesdays or view our residential wine cellars photo gallery.