Examples of wine cellar in a Sentence
She has built up an impressive wine cellar over the years.
Recent Examples of wine cellar from the Web
For dinner, legendary and local favorite Bearfoot Bistro delivers an enchanting dining and sipping experience, and over 20,000 vintages await in their fanciful wine cellar.
He and his former wife, Heather Podesta, held lavish fundraisers for Democratic candidates at their home, which boasted a world-class art collection and a wine cellar with thousands of bottles.
Other amenities include a custom wine cellar, exercise room, sauna, private office, exterior spiral staircase and a glass elevator with a skylight.
The Georgian-style home features a wine cellar and grotto, artist's studio, outdoor pool (of course), clubroom with bar, 6-bay garage and guesthouse.
The Cape Dutch charm, mullioned windows, antiques, expert safari guides, and longtime family staff remain—but the wine cellar, state- of-the-art kitchen, and full gym are all new.
Temperature controlled wine cellars Kansas City mansions often have Napa Valley-style wine rooms cooled to 55 degrees fahrenheit with hundreds of bottles of wine, a tasting station and a computer to keep track of vintners, varieties and years.
The home has been completely built, with eight bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, three kitchens, a private museum, a wine cellar, an indoor shooting range, and commercial-grade elevators.
And a multi-course dining experience for six hosted in private wine cellar will be popular with bidders.
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First Known Use of wine cellar
WINE CELLAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wine cellar for English Language Learners
: an underground room where wines are stored; also : a collection of wines that are stored in such a room
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