The Collection

Each of our cellars are designed uniquely around your taste, and collection. For our wine connoisseurs we try to evaluate how many bottles do you plan on storing, and what species of wine. This will help us determine rack sizing and layout possibilities, as the bottles tend to vary in length and width, to ensure all of your wine can be stored properly.


It is not the wine that makes us drunk, but the one who brings it and fills the glass.
— M.F. Moonzajer

Recently completed is an elegant and sleek wine room featuring the latest racking system. Full acrylic shelving with aluminum supports. Finished with a touch of LED lighting to truly showcase the room.


Featured above is a unique closet space converted into an elegant wine room. Each panel is hand-made and stained, specifically to fit this space.

A 215 cubic foot, custom hand-stained mahogany backed wine wall for a private residence in Coral Gables, Florida. Placed right in between their kitchen and living room, making for a unique display.


A custom 75 cubic foot wine cellar stretching over 10 feet high. Built with custom racking units that illuminate 360 degrees around each panel. Followed by a full view glass door, and a hand-laid wine cork floor.

The images above are a brief demonstration of the current process in making this custom wine cellar. After a final coat of paint, then the custom wine racks will be installed with LED Lighting around each set, followed by a full glass view door.


These wine cellars are far from ordinary. Each cellar is tailored to your specific needs. We meet with you and discuss several key factors to building your own custom wine cellar. It is important for us to get to know your wine collection in order to accommodate all size bottles you wish to display. No project is too big or too small. Whether you are turning an extra closet or a spare bedroom into a wine cellar, every project is given the attention it deserves.


Even more importantly, it’s wine, food and the arts. Incorporating those three enhances the quality of life.
— Robert Mondavi