Cardiff Beach House Ultra Modern Wine Cellar
with Metal Full Horizontal Display Racking
- 1,200 Bottle Capacity
- “Wine As Art” Label Design
- Horizontal Display Racking
This gorgeous home in Cardiff By The Sea, in San Diego, California is the epitome of sleek, modern, and clean. In a stunning minimalist fashion, the homeowners had a great vision to incorporate a contemporary wine cellar adjacent to their bar that matched the home’s feel. Utilizing good amounts of glass, metal, and clean lines throughout, this home, and wine cellar of course, are fantastic in their design.
Because of the open layout of the home, glass features on the staircases, and clean lines throughout, the visibility of the wine cellar from many areas within the house is phenomenal. This modern wine cellar has a sliding glass and metal door, with VintageView wall mounted metal racking incorporated on each of its three walls. Each of the high end bottles is displayed in a horizontal, label forward fashion that VintageView is known for.
The cooling unit was ducted into this space as to create a seamless integration of temperature and humidity control without the visual bulkiness of something sitting in the wine cellar.
This style of wine cellar, featuring label forward design and metal and glass features, is probably the most popular and most sought after wine storage solution that Vintage Cellars offers. Label forward designed racking is a great way to showcase your collection, especially in a glass enclosed cellar. This simple, yet tasteful and refined design offers ease of access and a great art showpiece which serves as both elegant and eye catching.
The adjacent bar acts as the perfect counterpart to this wine cellar. With a fantastic selection of world class wines, a gorgeous wine cellar, and a bar and decanting space a few feet away, why ever leave?
“This style of wine cellar, featuring label forward design and metal and glass features, is probably the most popular and most sought after wine storage solution that Vintage Cellars offers.”
— Gene Walder