Custom Wine Cellar Design

Cellar built in Oak wood with clear lacquer (1st set)

Customer in Australia sent images of his cellar we designed for his house. Built in Oak wood with clear coat lacquer. Wine cellar consists of true radius curve corners, individuals with high reveal angle displays, tasting center, and gorgeous barrel ceilings.

 

 

Custom wine cellar built in Alder with Nogal (2 coat) stain (2nd set)

Beautiful wine cellar for Livermore home. I had a lot of fun designing this cellar since the customer was open to ideas. Bottle capacity of around 630 bottles plus extra storage in the wine cooler and adjacent cabinetry. We build in Alder wood with double coat of Nogal stain and lacquer to match his existing cabinetry. Built in March 2011.

 

We can help design the wine cellar of your dreams! We make it easy from start to finish. We offer  consultation and drawings to help bring all the details together and visualize your wine cellar. 

Click here to get our PDF file
print the form, complete the following information and 
fax to (925) 447-8015 or 
email 
info@vino-cellars.com

Also read :

General Info on Building a Wine Cellar


See :
Our Custom Wine Cellar Doors

 


Cooling System

Are you planning on having a passive wine cellar, in which no cooling unit is required? 
Or a conditioned wine cellar in which a cooling system is required? 


If you want to install a cooling system, please make sure you properly prepare your wine cellar by following our “General Information on Building a Wine Cellar”. To figure out the size of the cooling unit needed for your cellar, calculate the cubic feet (L x H x W) and view our selection of cooling units. Self contained Breezaire and Whisperkool Units are ideal if you can vent the system into an adjacent room. These are mounted into the wall towards the ceiling and are quite easy to install since they require no drainage or plumbing. If you can’t vent into an adjacent room, we recommend the Breezaire Split System, which requires a licensed AC professional to install. Please contact us for consultation toll free 
(877) 447-8700.


Racking

Traditional Unfinished Redwood is commonly used for wine cellars. We use All-Heart Redwood, top quality core of the redwood that has a beautiful rich reddish brown tone. They are built to fully cradle your bottles and have a hand sanded finish with beveled edges. Mahogany and Oak may also be used but are more expensive and take longer time to produce.

What type of style racking do you wish to have? 
Choose from Individual Bottles, Angle Display Racks, Diamonds, Rectangular Bins, Wood Cases, Waterfall, Vertical Display, Table Top, Grapevine Arch, Stemware Holders

View rack styles for Residential Storage


View rack styles for Commercial Storage


Room Layout

What are the exact dimensions of the room you wish to rack? You can fax us a hand sketch drawing with all the details of your room. Please include width, ceiling height, depth of room, location of door, and any other areas we need to design the racks around. It’s fine if you are planning on insulating your room and not sure what the final dimensions will be since we can make changes after the initial drawing.

Once we receive your information, we will fax back to you a rack design for your review within 3 business days – Free of Charge. Once you approve the drawing, we will place the order and start production on your racks. Production time can take 2-4 weeks depending on size of cellar. The racks ship unassembled with directions and hardware for assembly. Rack installation can be performed by you or your contractor.



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