Posted on 30 Nov
With the holiday season in full swing, there is no better time to enjoy a nice bottle of red, white or bubbly in the comfort of home. Below we showcase innovative wine rooms for storing the ultimate collection, from D.C. to Aspen, Scottsdale to Los Angeles.
An expansive wine cellar accommodates an extensive collection at this craftsman-style ranch home situated on one acre in the sought-after Luxmanor neighborhood. Floor-to-ceiling storage provides ample room for the seasoned aficionado to select a label and enjoy beside the living room fireplace, on the cedar-screened porch, or in the Japanese garden. Represented by Nurit Coombe, the five-bedroom, four-bath home was designed by architect Rui Ponte and features 8,532 square feet of living space, soaring ceilings, walls of windows and Brazilian cherry hardwood floors.
Wining and dining at this spectacular mountain retreat is an experience unto itself. Perched atop the Meadowood neighborhood, minutes from downtown Aspen, the five-bedroom, eight-bath home boasts a stunning dining room with a walk-in, glass-walled wine cellar. Surrounded by sweeping mountain views, the home offers abundant spaces for relaxing with a glass from your private collection, including a library, wet bar, home theater and game room. Represented by Allie Lutz, Chris Flynn and Heather Sinclair, the home also boasts 3,500 square feet of deck space, including an alfresco dining patio, fire pit lounge, hot tub, cascading waterfall and immaculate gardens.
The wine room at this extraordinary desert retreat serves both form and function, as part of the home’s show-stopping contemporary design. The walk-in, glass wine cellar is situated at the entry to the lower level, which features the home’s stunning bar, media room/game space and home theater. You may also enjoy your flavor of the evening by the living room fireplace, on one of the spacious terraces or alongside the infinity-edged pool and spa, set amidst panoramic desert views. Represented by Siena Dorsey, the five-bedroom, 12,132-square-foot home is situated in the Upper Canyon of Silverleaf.