Wine Spectator Featured San Diego Custom Wine Cellar and Tasting Room

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Wine Spectator Featured
San Diego Custom Wine Cellar and Tasting Room

Cellar Features:
  • 4,000 Bottle Capacity
  • Wine Spectator Featured Cellar
  • Sculpted Iron Railings

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Wine Spectator Featured San Diego Custom Wine Cellar and Tasting Room

The Escondido Project has a 2-ton Wine Guardian ducted system installed in a custom cellar that holds 4000+ bottles. This Walk in Custom Wine Cellar was featured in The Wine Spectator Magazine on November 30, 2010, in the “Bigger is Better” issue covering custom wine cellars. This beautiful showcase of a wine cellar has multiple rooms, with one wine room as well as a separate area for gathering and socializing with friends. The racking is all heart redwood, with many features throughout such as arches over mirrors and a custom archway, marble counter tops, tiered racking, bin storage, large format bottle storage, horizontal displays and more.

This 4000 bottle custom wine cellar built by Vintage Cellars boasts special lighting, a sound system, and tons of differentiated wine display areas. There are even areas for collectible wine labels, and wine art the owner has collected over time.

To build this modern wine cellar was quite a construction feat in itself. The 360 square foot wine room (social space separate) features granite countertops, redwood racking, honed copper slate, leaded glass, and sculpted iron railings.


“This 4000 bottle custom wine cellar built by Vintage Cellars boasts special lighting, a sound system, and tons of differentiated wine display areas. There are even areas for collectible wine labels, and wine art the owner has collected over time.”

— Gene Walder