A tasteful combination of maximum capacity and trophy bottle display. Built for a serious collector looking to showcase prized bottles while maximizing climate controlled space for an ever-expanding collection.

A wine cellar represents a significant investment in advance of another significant investment—a fine wine collection. This document was created as a guide of the most important aspects to consider when building a custom wine cellar. The objective of this guide is to supplement your knowledge of wine cellars, equip you with the right questions for potential buildersand give you a notion as to whether the answers you are receiving are legitimate.

While 55F is generally touted as the ideal temperature to store wine (both red, white and sparkling) please know that there is no consensus among the experts (winemakers, critics and/or oenological academics).It would be more accurate to say that an acceptable temperature range exists, largely informed by historical local customs. Excluding obvious outliers, that range would be between 55F to 60F.

The following is a list of some of the wine world’s finest wines. The true trophies of any collection.These are the wines with the highest pedigrees, generally recognized as the ‘blue-chippers’ of wine investment. They are some of the most expensive wines of the world, coveted by serious collectors for both newer and older vintages. In general, these wines are built to age with some drinking superbly 50+ years post-bottling.

Simply put, a wine cellar can be any place designated to store a collection of wine. Be it an elaboratestate-of-the-art 8000 bottle custom enclosure featured in a design magazine, to a dugout in a damp and dingy underground cave, to a set of modular wooden racks in the corner of an unfinished basement.

The Ring is an award-winning tension cable system, exclusively available from Genuwine Cellars. Each Ring system is handcrafted in our shop to the highest standard of quality.