Wine Guardian ran its second wine cellar picture competition with Washington Wine Cellars coming out on top. Below is a gallery of all the pictures that were entered into the competition from our distributors.
Washington Wine Cellars
This residential wine cellar was built by Washington Wine Cellars in Cle Elum, Washington. Cle Elum was once a coal mining town which is the theme the client wanted to use for the design of the cellar. The cellar features raw walnut for the wine racking and cabinets. The room has a horse shoe design and is connected by a hallway. Two Wine Guardian D025 ducted wine cooling units cool this cellar and are located in the crawl space and are ducted through the ceiling.
Focus Wine Cellars
This wine cellar is located in Oakville, ON, Canada and was created by Focus Wine Cellars. The cellar is 62 sq. ft. and has a capacity of 1,000 bottles. The wine racking system is CNC-cut acryllic and is lit by concealed LED lights patented to Focus Wine Cellars. Graffiti marble is used on the stone of the floor while brushed & stained oak is used for the racking. A ducted Wine Guardian WG75 system with an integrated humidifier is used to condition this wine storage space.
Heritage Vine built these two wine cellars using Wine Guardian cooling units. The top three pictures are from a project called Blakley Residence while the bottom two are from the Gainey Ranch Clubhouse project.
Wine Cellar Innovations
This wine storage room was built by Wine Cellar Innovations in Atlanta and uses a D050 ducted cooling system for conditioning. The wine racking is alder wood with an espresso stain.