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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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Between the theater and the wine cellar is a spot for a poker table, and a back bar made from rift-sawn white oak cabinets and walnut countertops, with art glass windows above.
In 1977 Glenora Wine Cellars was the first winery to open on Seneca Lake, in the heart of New York's Finger Lakes Wine Country.
This custom-made circular walk-in wine cellar is designed to achieve a "fantastic space feeling", reports the company.
Currently, 155 employees and around 30 agency staff work at Lanchester Wine Cellars and additional people will be needed to run the new line.
Gross estimated that wine cellars in residential buildings started popping up within the last year or two.
Two of the Colorado restaurants with the biggest wine cellars hold the award, with one of them receiving it every year since 1983.
Colleary has built hundreds of wine cellars throughout Florida--nearly 60 cellars each year, 80 percent of them for custom home builders.
Arden Oak, and its wine cellars, follow in the Chase tradition for individual touches.
No doubt conscious of the arcane nature of wine-making and of its antiquity, the architects have counterpoised the dark alchemic wine cellars and made a metaphor of the juxtaposition.
In 2011, Robb Scheele, owner of Vista Wine Cellars in Vista, California, was hired to create a revolutionary wine storage design that incorporated a modern and clean look.
com as the builders of "the world's best wine cellars.