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Although it might seem like a splurge, a wine room offers die-hard vino drinkers the chance to store endless bottles and share their passion with others. Depending on your budget and collection size, a cellar can be everything from a large walk-in cooler to a small fridge with nearby wineglasses. Regardless of your preferences, making your own tasting room just takes a few accessories and a good selection. Here's how to create your own. More 
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Splurge on built-in wine racks.


If you take your collection seriously, it’s best to leave the storage to a cellar designer. Custom built-in racks will properly store dozens or even hundreds of bottles at a time and will ensure that your collection looks sophisticated and impressive. Talk with your designer about your built-in options: You can stack the vino on larger shelves, give bottles individual cubbies or display them flush against the wall so the labels are immediately readable.

Save money with small-scale wine storage.


If a full-fledged walk-in cellar is not in the cards for you, you can conveniently store smaller collections with a tabletop or wall-mounted rack instead. Conveniently place these organizers in your dining room or kitchen for easy access, or add it to a small wet bar in your family room or basement. They usually hold three to 10 bottles at a time, but wine cabinets or floor units often hold many more. If you like your vino chilled, invest in a cooler or fridge as well.

Make sure to have the right wine equipment on hand.


Even in a cellar full of choice vintages, the experience won’t be complete until you get the chance to drink and appreciate them. To finish off your cellar, store red and white wineglasses nearby, either in a cabinet or in a hanging wineglass rack to save space. If you’re storing bottles on a rack instead of in a fridge or cooler, keep a chiller on hand. And don't forget the smaller accessories, including a corkscrew, electronic opener, carafe and aerator.

Create your own tasting room.


To quickly transform a cellar into a tasting room, add a bistro table set or comfortable armchairs so people can sit down and enjoy the experience. The seating is important, but don’t forget to include appropriate mood lighting and decor touches as well. A mediterranean cellar, with mosaic tile murals, barrel ceilings and archways, are common, though you can always go modern with sleek lines and glossy materials.
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