Homeowners in Dallas, Texas had a unique, empty space that was a main focal point between their living room and front door. They were looking for a wine storage solution to fill the space and accommodate their 200-bottle collection. Read on to learn how our intentional design that ensured the space didn’t look like an afterthought.
Wine enthusiasts everywhere search endlessly for the perfect storage place for their beloved collection. Whether you’re just getting started as a wine connoisseur or you’re a seasoned sommelier, it’s beneficial to learn the top reasons to invest in a wine cellar.
When it comes to wine tasting and the topic of wine, in general, we hear words, phrases or observations thrown around and to a beginner, it can be intimidating. It’s like a whole new language that can seem confusing and overwhelming. Here are some basics that are helpful for a beginner “winer” but may even surprise a self-proclaimed oenophile (fancy word for wine connoisseur).
There's no denying that wine cellars are a sought after amenity in luxury homes. Now more than ever, wine cellars are a feature in the main living space of the home. However, the 55-60 degree temps ideal for storing and aging wine make extended periods of time inside the cellar downright chilly. You and your guests will not want to sit and enjoy a glass - or a bottle - at these temperatures. So, how does one relax with friends over a bottle of wine while still enjoying the ambience of the cellar?