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Technical Tuesday Episode #260: Going All Out With The Platinum Series

December 1st, 2015

If you’re going to go all out on a wine cellar project, then you have to do it right! And in our humble opinion, the best way to do so is by choosing the most versatile and top quality wine racking units – like our Platinum Series. As a testament to said world-class quality of the racking units in this collection, we’ve put up this Tech Tuesday feature for you guys:

Project # 237018
Wood: Platinum / All-Heart Redwood
Bottle Capacity: 1596
Where: 

Full-blown Platinum Series set-up

Check out the amazing bottle storage variety this wine room has. It certainly showcases the best features of the Platinum Series – Individual Bottle Columns with High Reveal Displays, gorgeous custom Diamond Bins with Solid Face Trim, and Vertical Displays. The racking arrangement is finished off with a Quarter Round Shelf, a Standard Archway with Double Glass hanging rack, and a Peninsula Tabletop.

Custom Diamond Bins

The Peninsula Tabletop sports an Elite Coat of lacquer – which basically means three coats were applied to give it that absolutely elegant look. Note that with the Platinum Series, you can incorporate a “tasting center” into your wine cellar with just the addition of custom wine tasting tables that this collection carries. The Peninsula Tabletop is one of our favorites since you can also convert it to a seating area. Notice, too, that the Tabletop has lots of extra storage room at the bottom for wine accessories and other decorative accents you might want to display:

Beautiful Peninsula Tabletop with 3 coats of lacquer

This wine cellar also features a Winezone wine cooling unit which is neatly tucked away and looks very much like a part of the racking assembly thanks to the Wood Grille covers:

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While the Peninsula Tabletop is all lacquered up, the rest of the racks in this assembly are unstained, showcasing the lovely, natural hues of All-Heart Redwood. It bears mentioning time and again that Redwood is one of the most durable and highly resistant wood species there is, particularly when it comes to wood options for wine cellar projects. You can’t find any other North American wood that has as much resistance to rot, mildew and insects. As the Redwood tree grows, the heart takes on minerals which is responsible for the beautiful reddish-brown tones the wood sports, as well as resistance to decay. Check out this sample that was actually buried for 2,000 years and is still as good as the Clear All Heart Redwood used to build our wine cellars at present.

Nice front view of Platinum Series wine cellar Wood is all All-Heart Redwood

Now if you’re in the planning stages of your wine cellar project, we highly encourage you to go all-out Platinum! Talk with our experienced design consultants today and get free consultation advice on how to get started. *Cheers*

Tabletop Peninsula with more storage space