Sommi Wine Cellars

Jan 11, 2016

Category: Living

There are those who are fine with storing their wines on the top of the fridge, and then there are those who take a more serious approach. For the ones who take a more serious approach, check out Sommi Wine Cellars.

These wine cellars are handcrafted in the Pacific Northwest. They’re free-standing, and they’re built with beautiful materials and highly-engineered parts. Each cellar contains a universal racking system that’s able to accommodate a variety of bottle sizes. Each unit contains a top of the line cooling system that’s whisper quiet, allowing the wines to remain in a consistent temperature and humidity while not being a nuisance to those in the same room. They’re built to order with the buyer’s choice of wood type and door handles, as well as the racking configuration. The cellars are available starting at $7,950. [Via]

Purchase: $7,950

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