To build a wine vault in a vintage estateciematic
Usually when we call a room for storing wine as wine cellar or wine vault. Wine cellars are supposed to be owned by wineries or private persons, while wine vaults are for business use. In some bars or restaurants, there are wine vaults inside. But most of them are not accessible to guests. They are more like pantry or storage with specific air conditioners.
Along with the booming of wine business and the culture, more and more wine stores are open and make the wines more accessible. A new kind of wine vaults appear – renting the wine storage space to those wine lovers who don’t have suitable place to store the wine.
We know the storage condition matters the quality of aging wine. No matter how perfect the wine is, nor how much it costs, bad storage condition will destroy the potential of wine easily. But not every wine lovers has wine cabinet or cellar. Though some wine stores offer storage service to their clients, there are still a lot wine collectors couldn’t find suitable place for their wine. And that’s why wine vaults become popular.
Commonly each wine vault is able to storage over 3,000 bottles of wine. By using specific warehouse management software, as well as bar code / QR code system, wine vault arranges the wine bottle locations appropriately and record the full data of every bottle. The central air conditioner is about to maintain suitable storage condition to thousands of bottles in wine vaults, and it’s more environmental friendly than dozens of wine cabinets to store the same quantity.
About the rates, different wine vaults have their charges standards. Some of them charge per bottle, or per dozen of bottles. Some of them will provide wood cases for clients and charge per case. And most of them charge monthly or annually. Besides, when you want to pick one bottle up and need delivery, wine vault will charge the delivery fee.
Ciematic helps a wine vault to build the racks in a vintage estate. It’s in medium scale and capacity is about 3,500 bottles of wine. All wine racks here are made from solid wood frame and metal tubes, which match with the vintage style of brick walls and stone floor.
This wine vault is also a part of wine club, and it’s open to club members.
How do you think about the wine vaults? If you don’t have a place for your wines, will you send them to wine vault? Or will you prefer to build wine racks at home?
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