Spiral Wine Cellars

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Spiral Cellars

If, like many people, you don’t have the luxury of having a cellar in which to store your precious bottles of vintage wine, there is now a solution.

Spiral Cellars can come into your home and excavate a hole directly under your floor (be it in the kitchen, lounge, garage, or any other ground floor room) in which you can store upto 1,600 bottles of wine down a spiral stairway cellar system. The stairway is a watertight, pre-cast cylindrical system which is installed into said excavated hole. They use the earth as a natural insulator and they use an air-flow system meaning no power is needed. This ensures optimum temperatures can be maintained in order to keep your precious vino in tip top condition.

Spiral Cellars will send round an engineer to ensure you’re not trying to put in a cellar through your property’s water pipes and carry out a full assessment of the suitability of the cellar you have chosen.

Dimensions for the Mini Cellar start at 1.35m deep (holding upto 650 bottles) to the Spiral Cellar going upto 3.00m deep (holding upto 1,600 bottles). Check out
the options available at www.spiralcellars.com.

Guess there may be a need to go stock up on a few bottles of Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac, or perhaps you prefer Chateau Petrus! Or if the budget doesn’t stretch quite that far, you could do a stock pile on some good old Cabernet Sauvignon.

5 reviews or comments

Neagle Says: August 19, 2007 at 7:56 am

Crazy cool!

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unhappy customer Says: June 3, 2008 at 2:43 pm

Its’ a great idea, but the don’t always work – see our experience

Rufus McDufus Says: June 16, 2010 at 12:18 pm

“Its’ a great idea, but the don’t always work – see our experience”

See what experience? You have provided neither a link or a reference. What is the point of your comment?

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