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Tech Tuesday – Episode #17 – Closet Wine Cellar

January 4th, 2011

Well hello 2011!

We’re so excited this New Year…we’ve got so much in store for all you wine lovers out there. Did you enjoy our collection of the best Tech Tuesdays last time?

The New Year is often celebrated with a big bang but we’re starting off Tech Tuesdays with something small. Don’t underestimate this pretty little project though. If you’re one of those people who have limited space for your wine collection, then this is definitely a BIG idea for you: a Redwood Closet Wine Cellar.

What: Residential Closet Wine Cellar
Project #: 206887-2
Wood: Premium Redwood
Maximum capacity: 311 bottles
Where: Maineville, OH

This wine cellar we created was custom-fitted to a small space, and is made from Premium Redwood – only the best choice of wood for any wine cellar! Versatile and unique, this small wine cellar features open vertical display per bottle and 15 degree display for wine, champagne and/or split bottles, and can hold 311 wine bottles.

The thing about small wine cellars is, they work and function just like their larger counterparts. With its superior wine racking, it’s worthy to be called a wine cellar despite its size. And since the wine racks come from our Gold Series, it’s truly functionality and class at an affordable price rolled into one.

It may be small, but it comes with both individual and case storage, efficiently maximizing any given closet or storage space and showcases wine bottles, allowing the owner to artfully display the wine labels for easy retrieval.

Uniquely styled, closet wine cellars add an understated refinement and taste of luxury to any home. Made in less time and for less money, a small Redwood wine cellar like this is definitely a worthy investment.

To see more distinctive wine racks and wine cellars for every space, watch out for new wine cellar installations every Tuesday, or have a look at our residential wine cellars photo gallery. We’ve got something special for you weekly.

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