The Bristol team specializes in the art and science of proper wine storage. We’ve designed, built and installed wine cellars, with storage capacities ranging from 400 to 2,100 bottles.
Just as the choice of wine is highly a matter of personal preference, so too is the storage and display of wine highly dependent on personal taste. In designing and building a wine cellar, our objective is to not only build a cellar that will store your wine collection in the correct atmosphere, but also to create a space that will display your wine in a manner that is consistent with your personal flair.
Our proven design process starts with a no charge, on site visit. We have developed a detailed questionnaire that our cellar designer will review with you. The objective of this exercise is to help you decide on the capacity, style, layout, and budget. The result will be a design that has been personalized just for you and tailored to meet your budget.
Since form should always follow function, the first two questions we ask you regarding wine storage are:
Examples of components we’ve built and installed for Tasting Rooms include:
Due to temperature and humidity considerations, all of our wine racks are built from a species of mahogany and not contaminated with a finish that will infiltrate your wine. In addition, because we are cabinetmakers we also build the racks and cabinets using the best of joinery techniques.
Our Bristol team of designers, cabinetmakers, carpenters and electricians are your worry-free, single-source for impeccable installation of your wine cellar.
These are just a few of the considerations we will share with you when you contact us to discuss your custom-built wine cellar. Until then, Cheers! We look forward to serving you.
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