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We have a sister company (Wine Cellar Technologies- www.winecellartech.com ) that handles all our cellar creation needs. Through WCT we've done commercial and residential design/installs etc. The racking we like using and looks best is generally made from Redwoood or Mahogany. If you have the budget for it, walnut or teak would be an awesome material to use as well. The exact design always depends on what the clients want to cellar, what they like, where they buy from etc. Of course we're biased, but having bought racking from all the largest racking companies over the years, the racks from WCT can't be beat for their quality, ease of installation, and beauty.
If your looking for help there is a company called CellarMakers that will guide you through out he entire planning, construction and installation process. From refrigeration requiements to shelf and racking systems there is a lot that's involved to do it right.
WINE LOCATIONS FOR HOMES TIPS BY GAVIGAN: try to focus on the location and what the intent is. Eacch region offeres different benifits and depending on the use and frequency an owner can make a show piece or a true wine cellar or wine rack. Proper plannning makes for amazing spaces. Be Bold and Be Creative - Billy-
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