Custom Wine Cellars Irvine CA – An Unusual Garage Wine Cellar Conversion
Custom Wine Cellars Irvine CA — Garage Wine Cellar Conversion – Processed Video Transcription
Greetings and thanks for visiting Coastal Custom Wine Cellars Irvine California. I want to share some pictures and some design features of a custom wine cellars Irvine California.
3D Wine Cellar Design
First of all, let’s talk a little bit about the wine cellar design. It’s important to me that everyone that contacts us receives a three dimensional wine cellar design package whether or not you’re doing a custom wine cellar or you just have a small space where you want to utilize some of our 6, 7, or 8 foot series.
I want you to see how the room lays out. I want you to know your bottle capacities. This helps get you a great visual of how all the components tie together. In this particular case, it’s a garage wine cellar.
The folks had limited space to work with in the home. As they had a 4-car garage, we simply utilized or sectioned off a portion of that garage. As you can imagine, there’s not a lot of display and the clients are looking for maximum storage.
They didn’t need a lot of pop and sizzle, but we did work with them on a butler’s pantry area where we included a small mini wine cellar or refrigerator for their whites and their champagnes, and we created some storage that they can keep in their house for their everyday wines.
So as you can see, we actually took this cordoned off area of the garage and we framed it up using two of the existing walls, which are exterior walls, and we framed it, we sealed it, insulated it, created wine cellar door openings, and opening for the wine cellar cooling unit on the right side wall.
CellarPro Wine Cellar Cooling Units
Here you’ll see the cooling unit actually in place in kind of a rough stage of the wine cellar, if you will. We utilized CellarPro. I like CellarPro a lot because it is designed to vent to the outdoors in extreme climates, whether it’d be in Georgia, in Texas, or up in the North where it gets very, very cold.
As you can see, Mike here is finalizing some of the details of the installation on the exterior wall of the wine cellar cooling unit. We also created the wine cellar doors, standard size, roughly 36 x 80 inch opening, and we utilized an exterior rated door.
Barolo Style Wine Cellar Doors
The wine cellar door is very, very important in keeping your wine room sealed and insulated. Not only do we include an insulated and solid core door, we also include the weather stripping around the perimeter, an automatic door bottom, the casement moldings, the stain, the finish, and the jamb. It’s a pre-fit door that will arrive and be ready to drop into the opening.
This particular style is called the Barolo wine cellar doors. It’s a solid panel door. It’s also available with full dual paned glass view and there are many other doors that you can see at our website as well.
Redwood Wine Racks
This is a picture of Mike installing the premium redwood wine racks. As you can see, there’s not an entertainment area, so there’s not a lot of display. There’s not a lot of pop and sizzle because they’re not entertaining here. This is a wine room designed for maximum storage, and we utilized diamond bins and square bins for bulk lots, case storage, and lots of single bottle openings.
All of these openings are 3 ¾” x 3 ¾” and they’ll accommodate most of today’s marketplace. Here’s a picture of the cooling unit up near the ceiling on the right side wall as you enter. Indoors, we renovated the butler’s pantry area where we actually removed the far left and the far right cabinet drawer and installed the mini cellar here for white wines and sparkling wines, and then we also created storage here for their everyday wines in passive storage.
We were able to match the wood and the stain for this particular area. If there’s a wine cellar conversion project that we can help you with, we’d love to hear from you. You can call me personally at 949-355-4376 or visit coastalcustomwinecellars.com.