wine cellar

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wine cellar

1. a place, such as a dark cool cellar, where wine is stored
2. the stock of wines stored there

wine cellar, wine vault

A storage room for wine, usually underground so as to be cool and dark.
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It is likely this last type, a cross between a dugout and roughly-finished room, which provided the closest equivalent to the later, fully-evolved, Toronto winecellar.
11) Frequently, in the battles for winecellar space, between wine and food, the scales tip on the side of food.
In Italy, many factors contributed to the relative insignificance of the domestic winecellar.
The mantra of abbondanza and its practice made the ever-larger winecellar necessary.
The use of winecellar space sometimes resulted in separate winecellars altogether (e.
In Italy, the cantina, as winecellar, was male space.
There were four varietals forced off the chart for space reasons: Elvira, made by Magnanini Winery in New York; Seibel, made by Adams County Winery in Pennsylvania, Girardet WineCellars in Oregon and Hunt Country Vineyards in New York; Rayon d'Or made by Waterloo Winery in Illinois and Walker Valley Vineyards in New York and Glenora, made by Duplin Wine Cellars in North Carolina, Highland Manor Winery in Tennessee and Lafayette Vineyards & Winery in Florida.
IF fancy trying a grape that only one winery in Spain is producing look for Valduero's herbal, spicy and citrus Albillo from good independents like Bin 34 in Castlewellan, Winecellars in Magharafelt or Tipplers in Moira for pounds 7.