A wine cellar isn’t simply limited to multi-millionaires who can afford a mansion.
From custom wood cutting in a reasonably climate controlled basement in shelves titled slightly downward as appropriate to stone basements in the country that feature bought cast iron holders, there are many different options when creating a great wine cellar for a home.
The main things that need to be accounted for:
– Light: Light is the long-term enemy of bottled wine and you don’t want it exposed.
– Humidity: Especially with corked bottles, proper humidity matters.
– Temperature: Cool all the time and never hot, never freezing.