Completed Cellar!!! :) - Printable Version
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- TheEngineer - 04-09-2012 05:47 PM
Feel like a kid in a candy store. I've been planning to have for many years. Finally found an openeing to getting it done while some contractors were over at my house. Almost completed my wine cellar, missing just a few things but in it are
(1) antique Cabinent to hold Scotch and Cognac
(2) Rosewood wineracks in mostly 750mL sized to hold the largest of punted bottles. total capacity 1800 bottles.
(3) Antique 18th century table that sits as the tasting table.
Most of the wine I have save for the sheer numbers of 375mL bottles that I now have filled a VintageKeeper with is now in the wine cellar.
Here's a picture.
- winoweenie - 04-09-2012 11:19 PM
*You send them pixshurs jes as I taught you. WW :-R *
- TheEngineer - 04-13-2012 06:45 PM
I've tried on three sites now...most recently with flickr and I still can't get this....
RE: Completed Cellar!!! :) - TheEngineer - 11-12-2012 08:58 AM
Okay one more try! This is the final cellar config at my house. did it on a shoestring budget asking custom wine install companies for any extra shelves that they may have had. So I ended up with truly nice stuff. All rosewood, all nicely smoothed down, and properly constructed.
In the back is a wonderful wood cabinet that we found in the house when we moved in. I cleaned it up and it is now my scotch cabinet.
the table in the middle is an old 17th-18th century wood table from China. It is in incredible shape and the top was made from a single piece of wood. I've since added other wine related antiques to it like Han dynasty wine vessels, etc,. A double French glass door leads into the room.
Thanks Jackie! Finally able to show the guys what I was moving into
RE: Completed Cellar!!! :) - winoweenie - 11-12-2012 04:39 PM
You really don't want to see mine. ROSEWOOD!! Built mine wif' 1X12" pine tongue- in- groove unfinished and made sure there was every inch of the space used for storage. I think maybe KC took photos but I done' have any. Works pretty good tho as I've only had ! (ONE) corked bottle in 28 years outta' the ugly sucker. WW