Learn How to Customize Your Wine Tasting Center

Learn How to Customize Your Wine Tasting Center
Some merry Monday greetings to all you wine cellar fans out there! Today we’re going to be talking about wine tasting centers. More specifically, we’re going to show you guys how to customize your wine tasting centers. Let’s get started by checking out this beautiful project completed by one of our clients.<br />As can be seen from the above photo, the...

Some merry Monday greetings to all you wine cellar fans out there! Today we’re going to be talking about wine tasting centers. More specifically, we’re going to show you guys how to customize your wine tasting centers. Let’s get started by checking out this beautiful project completed by one of our clients.

As can be seen from the above photo, the wine cellar has this elegant tasting center as its focal point. From here you can see how the racking assembly is developed. This is one of the very first customization points of a wine tasting center. You can combine a variety of racking styles according to your design preference. Our Vintner Series, for example, have an assortment of configurations you can choose from. The Individual Tasting Center with tabletop is the most basic. Then you have those with Case Storage or Open Diamond Bins to accommodate bulk bottles. Fancier styles include those with Display Rows, Top Stack Displays, and Double Displays.

Next up will be the height configuration of your wine tasting center. You can have it built to match the room’s ceiling height and making it look completely built-in. If you’re working with wine rack kits like Vintner, you have the option to choose from 6-,7-,8-, and 9-feet heights. Plus, you can throw in some crown and base moldings to give your unit an additional few inches. Center seam trim can also be added to help close awkward gaps in between racking styles. You can further choose from either straight or curved trim, depending in your racking configurations.

Now it doesn’t stop there. To create the look that you really desire for your wine tasting center, you’ll need to play around with different woods, stains and finishes. Mix and match varying wood types with our bevy of stain and finish options. You can even go for our “blended stains.” Blended stains allow for even more choices when it comes to the colors and shades of your wine racks.

Last but not the least, you can also opt to have glass racks and table inserts on the tasting center. And if you’re not working from our “kits,” you may also have your archway designed to your specifications. ^_^

Source: www.winecellarinnovations.com