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cjlangston wrote:Nov 17, 2012
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    De Botello Wine Systems
    De Botello Custom Wine Racking makes wine pegs.
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    Genuwine Cellars

    This is a PEG panel system whereby stainless steel PEGs are mounted securely to
    backing provided by the wine cellar builder. We carry many versions of metal
    racking that can achieve a floating appearance. THE RING system is our newest style
    of this nature. And you may like LABEL LADDER too. Let us know if you have any questions after
    taking a look around our website. We are here to help!

archiman wrote:Jul 20, 2013
  • Danielle Wyss
    I am also curious about the pivot hinge door hardware. Can you share where you found this?
  • Andrey Ayrapetov
    You can buy them online. They are from cr Lawrence . Just google them. Or you can buy them on alibaba.com much cheaper.
bbfill wrote:Jun 3, 2012
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    Genuwine Cellars

    If you're looking for a glass look similar to this one than we would recommend ½
    inch glass made up of two panes with UV laminate in between. For a blue-ish tint (ultra-clear), we recommend Starphire Low-E glass. If you have more questions about glass wall and door wine cellars, we have some resources on our site HERE.

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    IWA Wine Accessories

    Great question! You should be careful about using glass in a refrigerated wine cellar, and especially about using single-pane glass, because the thermal load impact from using glass is significant, and in all cases, the doors need to create an airtight seal when closed, so that there's no infiltration of ambient air into the cellar.

    You can use the link at the bottom of this post to fill out our thermal load request form. Once we receive your form, we'll calculate the thermal load for your cellar at no charge - we'll even calculate the load using single-pane vs double-pane glass if you like.

    Here's the link - feel free to ask if you have any other questions, we're here to help!

    http://www.iwawine.com/request-thermal-load-iwa

valentinetti1985 wrote:Aug 17, 2011
wandat wrote:Jul 20, 2011
  • Amanda Moran
    Looks like Mike Elsass artwork?
  • 131inverness

    What is the species/stain of the wood on the lovely wall?

andy138 wrote:Mar 21, 2011
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    Vin de Garde Wine Cellars Inc.
    hi andy138 - we fabricate rods very similar to this product - have a look at our site http://vindegarde.ca/custom-cellar.php
  • PRO
    Genuwine Cellars

    This is similar to a PEG panel system whereby stainless steel PEGs are mounted securely to
    backing provided by the wine cellar builder. We carry many versions of metal
    racking that can achieve a floating appearance. THE RING system is our newest style
    of this nature. And you may like LABEL LADDER too. Let us know if you have any questions after
    taking a look around our website. We are here to help!

    PEG System - Stainless Steel Wine Racks by Genuwine Cellars · More Info

jessicamurphy1999 wrote:Oct 16, 2015
  • Unicorn_13
    I'm sorry I can't answer your question but, is this photo from Houzz?
Elizabeth Harlow wrote:Sep 23, 2015
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    Genuwine Cellars

    We did not build this cellar but to preserve the wine, and with the bother of having built a beautiful glass wall and door system, you should! It's possible this is a rendering and it is not shown or that it is not climate controlled. For a room this size, you should realistically see a grille at the top and bottom of the space for air flow from a ducted cooling system.

    Although a glass wall and door
    system in wine cellars has become extremely popular, it is certainly a
    challenge to create a climate controlled environment within a sealed glass box.
    We design and engineer these rooms all the time and understand the very low tolerances. It is a speciality of ours that we do all the time across the globe.
    You can find more examples and information on our website HERE.

barre wrote:May 25, 2015
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    Genuwine Cellars

    This is similar to a PEG panel system whereby stainless steel PEGs are mounted securely to backing provided by the wine cellar builder. We carry many versions of metal racking that can achieve a floating appearance. THE RING system
    is our newest style of this nature. And you may like LABEL LADDER too.
    Let us know if you have any questions after taking a look around our website.
    We are here to help!

angmiddleton wrote:Feb 3, 2014
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    Genuwine Cellars

    Although a glass wall and door system in wine cellars has
    become extremely popular, it is certainly a challenge to create a climate
    controlled environment within a sealed glass box. There are extremely low tolerances to
    create a sealed climate controlled environment; without proper execution, it
    can cause excessive strain on your wine cellar cooling unit and risk condensation.

    We design and engineer these
    rooms all the time. It is a specialty of ours that we've been doing across
    the globe for over 20 years. You can find more information on our website HERE.

milleniummanagement wrote:Sep 12, 2012
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    Genuwine Cellars

    We did not build this cellar but to preserve the wine, and with the bother of having built a beautiful glass wall and door system, you should! It's possible that it is not climate controlled. For a room this size, you should realistically see a grille at the top and bottom of the space for air flow from a ducted cooling system.

    Although a glass wall and door system in wine cellars has become extremely popular, it is certainly a challenge to create a climate controlled environment within a sealed glass box. We design and engineer these rooms all the time and understand the very low tolerances. It is a speciality of ours that we do all the time across the globe. You can find more examples and information on our website HERE.

ebuffone wrote:Aug 27, 2012
thalls wrote:Jun 14, 2012
elajhaveri wrote:Jun 29, 2012
    elajhaveri wrote:Jun 29, 2012
      wvlauren wrote:Sep 28, 2011

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        shawngauthier
        Shawn Gauthier added this to 8 Tips to Transform Your Basement Into a Wine CellarAug 22, 2012

        4. Choose stainless steel for a contemporary look. “Preventing airborne contaminants is definitely important,” says Cravotta. “The wine racks should be a material that won’t off-gas.” Stainless steel is a quality choice that gives wine cellars a contemporary aesthetic.

        shane
        Shane D. Inman added this to Designer's Touch: 10 Wonderful Wine Storage SpacesJun 17, 2012

        2. Glass cellar. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls create an instant focal point in any room and allow you to marvel at your collection from any angle.

        jasonballinteriordesign
        JASON BALL interior design added this to Wine Cellars That ShineJul 19, 2011

        This contemporary space also highlights the storage system — simple metals rods extend from the slatted wall — and shows off the bottles. There is no extra hardware. Note the nice lighting, artwork and great tasting area. The glass enclosure keeps the space open and airy feeling.

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