There are many details and technical aspects that go into building a great wine cellar - find some helpful resources here!
Wine Cellars can be beautiful features in a home, but do they add any value? Could it be as valuable as renovations and improvements to other areas of your home?
Whether it’s a wine feature, collection, or storage, it’s essential to keep your wine in a space where the temperature and humidity are constant.
Curating a wine collection is one of the most enjoyable aspects of learning about and enjoying wine. Wine can last for decades if properly stored. It increases in value and quality with time.
Proper storage with a suitable cooling system to maintain optimal temperature and humidity levels is required to keep wines fresh over time.
Not all house areas are created equal for storing wine, so we need to consider your wine cellar goals and the limitations of the space available.
Winemakers take great care to bottle their creations for future consumption. Sometimes the wine develops unpleasant aromas and flavors that weren't intended.
We use custom glass most of our designs. Being aware of some of the more technical aspects of custom glass will ensure a properly functioning wine cellar.
When you use the proper materials for vapor barriers and insulation, the temperature and humidity in the wine cellar will be easier to control, giving us the perfect environment for storing wine.
Designing and building your dream wine cellar is no easy task. As you can imagine, one of our most frequently asked questions is, “How much does a wine cellar cost?”
When it comes to wine cellar design, one of the biggest challenges is creating a functional and stylish space within limited square footage.
Proper ventilation is essential to maintaining the quality and longevity of your wine collection. Without adequate ventilation, your wine cellar can become stale, humid, and prone to mold growth.
Are you a wine enthusiast looking to store your collection in but don't want to break the bank? Building a wine cellar on a budget is not only possible but can also be a fun and rewarding project.