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If you’re looking to build out your own wine cellar, there are a number of ways that you can go. Some prefer a more traditional, old-worldly approach, while others may have more contemporary tastes, and still others might want something entirely different from what’s already out there. For inspiration, we’ve selected three of the most representative selections for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
Welcome to the Wine Library at Wolffer Estate Vineyards. Located next to the wine cellar in a climate controlled room kept at a consistent 57° F and 66% humidity, this beautiful room has the capacity to hold 0000 bottles of the finest Wolffer has to offer their customers.
Designed by Martin Architects and Located in the Northwest Harbor area of East Hampton, this 20' x 15' room holds 5000+ bottles (5000 bottles on racks, with additional storage for cases beneath) and was designed to provide both a gallery for the collection and to function as an open entertaining space, complete with a mini-bar and space to entertain. Darkened glass panels separate the room from the adjacent gym and theater rooms.
Welcome to Société du Vin, a new member-only wine facility in Bridgehampton. You may recognize this one from the cover, which featured just one of the nine underground storage rooms at this beautiful, state-of-the-art storage facility. The entire facility was designed by Hollywood set-director Elvis Restaino and also includes a large tasting lounge.
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