Time To Get In Touch With Our Vermont Wine Cellar Design Consultant

Located in the northeastern United States, the state of Vermont is actually part of the New England region. It boasts of natural landscapes which are primarily forested. It also a major producer of maple syrup! The 19th century charm of Vermont is quite well-known and such architecture manifests itself even in restaurants, bars, other commercial establishments. In fact, several of WCI's wine cellar projects in the state reflect this elegant, old century style. We love bringing to life our clients' visions for their wine cellars and we certainly hope to do more custom projects in the major cities.

Featured Projects from our Vermont Portfolio

Vermont Wine Cellars & Wine Racks
Overall Rating 5 stars (4 customer reviews)
Glass Enclosed Wine Rack - 256643
project #256643
This Premium Redwood & Dark Walnut combination is one of our favorite projects in the state of Vermont. It exudes elegance but also checks off all the boxes in terms of function and bottle storage versatility. The glass panel doors are just the right touch to make this wine cellar sport a luxurious look. Our design team also installed a Whisperkool wine cooling unit to maintain ideal bottle storage conditions.
Dark Walnut Tall Wine Cellar - 263452
project #263452
We think Alex's words below say it best... but this Allheart Redwood, Classic Mahogany stained Vintner Series wine cellar is one of our favorites!
5 stars
"The people I worked with (mostly Oscar, but there were others that I spoke with on the phone throughout the process) were extremely personable, great problem solvers, good consultants to help me determine what to order and how I would assemble, etc. I think you have top notch individuals there, and they should be commended for their customer service focus. I would certainly recommend you guys to any other "do-it-yourselfer" that I know who wants to create a wine cellar in their home." ~Alex S.~
Vermont project
project #294775 - Brookside, VT
This beautiful wine cellar is outfitted with our WineMaker Series, with short-depth racking units allowing the bottles to pop from the displays in an eye-catching way. The wood option is Premium Redwood , with the racks stacked up to 6-feet high and a small 4 foot curved corner in the middle.
5 stars
"The wine racking set up was very straight forward and easy to complete. I built the room to house the wine cellar in my basement myself, with the framing, walls insulation, moisture control etc. Very happy with everything. My favorite wine bottles in the cellar are Lafitte Rothschild Bordeaux from the early 1980's." ~Peter W.~
Vermont project
project #319010 - St. Albans Town, VT
Our Vintner Series shows its versatility in this simple but very space-efficient project. Vintner offers such a variety of racking styles that it can address just about any wine cellar theme that the client wants. In this case, the client chose the racks in All-Heart Redwood and had the racks stacked up to six feet tall. Take note that with Vintner, you can rack and stack your units to accommodate just about any ceiling height!
5 stars
"I think it's a boring setup but it went really well. I have the one rack up but I actually just bought two more. They are simple six foot racks that are in my basement." ~Paul N.~

Serving the great state of Vermont and the surrounding cities:
Serving the great state of Vermont and the surrounding cities:
Burlington * Montpelier * Essex * Bennington * Brattleboro *
* Rutland * Williston * South Burlington
As one of the major cities in Vermont, Burlington abounds in decorative art in a collection of historic buildings. The you have the capital, Montpelier which is home to the gold-domed Greek Revival building. The main cities boast of fine architecture, as well as a lifestyle immersed in culture. For residents in the state seeking a similar quality in their wine cellar projects, our Vermont design consultants are definitely up to the challenge!
Burlington Wine Storage

Montpelier Glass Wine Cellar

Montpelier 284086
Wine Storage in Essex
Essex 213220
Bennington Custom Wine Racks
Bennington 307071
Brattleboro Wine Cellar
Brattleboro 303777
Custom Wine Storage in Rutland
Rutland 297486
Wine Racks in Williston
Williston 311905
South Burlington Wine Room
South Burlington 313970

We Would Love to Design
Your Vermont Wine Cellar
Erik Kuehne & Brett Norris
ph: (800) 229-9813
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to Begin Your Project!
  • Professional assistance before and during wine cellar construction
  • Get expert advice in selection of the best racking options
  • Avail of Project Review and Pricing services
  • Professional assistance also extends to budget planning and financing
  • Check out the Cooling Unit Sizing services
  • 2D & 3D Designs are available for all types of wine cellar projects
  • Design experts provide guidance on both residential and commercial projects
  • Onsite Consultations and other services are also offered
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Local Vermont Commercial Wine Stores & Restaurants

Paradise Market 312437
Paradise Market #312437- Sugarbush Valley, VT
Beverage Den & Vape Shop
Beverage Den & Vape Shop #257030- Bennington, VT
Commodities Natural Market
Commodities Natural Market #266678- Stowe, VT
Apple Barn Country Bake
Apple Barn Country Bake #296026- Bennington, VT
Paradise MarketBeverage DenCommodities Natural Market
Apple Barn
We would love for you to come and see the various custom wine storage projects we've completed for our Vermont clients. A must-see is the Paradise Market in Sugarbush Valley which we take great pride in. We customized their wine storage system to accommodate their wonderful selection of wines. Also check out the Beverage Den & Vape Shop in Bennington. Our racking arrangement was carefully designed to meet the bottle storage needs of the client.


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Important Questions to Ask Before Creating Your Vermont Wine Room

How much does it cost to build a wine cellar?
Wine cellars come in varying shapes and sizes. That's why the cost will also depend much on the size of your wine cellar project and its bottle storage capacity. However, you don't need to spend a fortune because there are ways to stay within budget, especially when you know what materials and/or racking products will be most suitable.

How do I convert my basement into a wine cellar?
Converting a basement into a wine cellar is probably the most ideal scenario. That's because the basement is the coolest and most humid area of the home. The environmental conditions are much closer to the ideal 55°-58° F temperature and 55-75% humidity that your wine will need. If it's a new construction, you will need to stud the space and frame out your wine cellar. You will also need to insulate it and install a vapor barrier.

What temperature should red wine be stored?
For reds, the ideal temperature range is between 45° F and 65° F. But 55° F is often cited as close to perfect. This is not an exact science though. So try not to worry too much much if your storage runs a couple degrees warmer, as long as you're opening the bottles within a few years from their release. What's important is you maintain the storage conditions within that temperature range and not depart drastically from the same.

How do wine cellar cooling units work?
Wine cellar cooling units come in several configurations. For example, A self-contained air conditioning unit is mounted literally through the wall. These systems are best for smaller sized wine cellars. Ductless systems are connected by small cables and a refrigerant line to an indoor or outdoor condenser with a wine cellar unit to cool your cellar. For ducted units, the supply and return air is ducted to and from the wine cellar.


Vermont - Wine Cellars
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Paul N - #319010 - View Photos
Things are going well with the racks. I drilled and nailed the racking by hand. I haven't finished the area, going to add wood overhead and some lighting, but here are my three racks. Not exactly pretty setting but it will get better.

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