Custom Wine Cellars in Nantucket Island, Massachusetts
Nantucket Island (MA) Glass Front Custom Wine Cellar
The Nantucket Island Project is a custom wine cellar with a glass front. A Wine Guardian system is sitting above the wine room ducted into the cellar with a supply and return grill on the ceiling which will allow the customer to utilize the room without making space for an evaporator coil. The racking was done in All Heart Redwood.
Tuscan Design Custom Wine Cellar on Balboa Island in Orange County
Elegant and well crafted, this Tuscan-designed Mediterranean style Wine Cellar on Balboa Island includes custom racking in a dark wood finish, case storage, LED lighting behind the middle high-reveal display row and racking to just below the ceiling. The brick barrel ceiling is highlighted with uplighting hidden in the crown molding emphasizing the Tuscan style of brick with a warm golden glow.
Island Hotel Custom Wine Cabinet Newport Beach, CA
Vintage Cellars installed this lovely wine cabinet in the Island Hotel located in Newport Beach, California. Comprised of metal and dual-pane glass, the cabinet holds the wines secure and showcases them beautifully. The wine cabinet suits the modern appeal of the wine storage space and enhances it with an air of elegance and luxury.
Rancho Santa Fe Traditional Custom Wine Cellar with Center Island Glass Display, Rolling Library Ladder, and Dumbwaiter
Our featured cellar of the month is a beautifully designed cellar located in the Rancho Santa Fe area of San Diego, California. The racking in this 3000-bottle cellar was constructed entirely out of black walnut with a clear finish and is inspirational.
Unique Contemporary Custom Wine Cellar with High Reveal Display Rows, Traditional Racking, and a Tasting Table
The wine room construction entailed unique custom fitted racking, tiering down from about ten feet on one end of the room to just below eight feet on the other. Producing high quality wine racking for a cellar like this is no easy feat, but that is exactly what the wine cellar builders and team at vintage cellars do best!
Traditional Library Style Custom Wine Cellar with Waterfall Racking, Case Storage, and Quarter Round Storage
This was a very large wine cellar Vintage Cellars built back in the early 1990's in Palos Verdes. The homeowner, a longtime client and friend, had a very large wine collection and wanted it to be stored in a library-style fashion. Vintage Cellars was able to craft a one-of-a-kind wine storage room for the client, featuring all of the design features necessary to properly store this one-of-a-kind wine collection for years to come.
San Clemente Glass Enclosed Wine Cellar with Traditional Wood Racking, Tasting Table and Natural Light
This wine cellar is located in a shore-side gated community in San Clemente, California. In a collaboration with Amanda Bloom of Decorative Designs & Remodeling, Vintage Cellars was able to help create an absolutely beautiful wine room inside of this existing nook. This custom wine cellar is fully enclosed with glass, though not in the traditional sense similar to some of our other projects.
Poway / Rancho Bernardo, San Diego Traditional Custom Wine Cellar and Walk In Wine Room
Walk into the kitchen in this Poway / Rancho Bernardo, San Diego home and it's impossible to miss this gorgeous 2,000 bottle, custom wine cellar showpiece. Completed in 2018, the cellar is complete with custom walnut-stained poplar wine racking, rolling ladder for out of reach bottles, and much, much more.
Healdsburg | Sonoma, California Custom Wine Cellar and Tasting Room
This custom wine cellar design provided by Vintage Cellars showcases a long tasting countertop with wine case storage and diamond bins below, topped by a high reveal angled display, topped again by a library wall of single deep wine bottles.
Traditional Custom Wine Cellar with Custom Cabinetry, Overhead Racking, Tasting Table, Sink and Countertops
This exquisite, traditional wood walk-in wine cellar in Rancho Santa Fe, California was installed in the second story of the client’s home. This unique wine room was featured in the November 30, 2010 issue of The Wine Spectator article, “Small is beautiful.” The article interviews the owners of the home and discusses their wine collection, design ideas, and features, smart past wine buys, and much more.