20 Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders

If you’re serious about wine, you’ll want a serious place to store it. Enter Orange County wine cellar contractors, who specialize in designing, building and maintaining cellars to house your collection of bottles at the proper temperature and in the correct conditions. A good wine cellar builder in Orange County not only is skilled in design and construction, but also knows enough about wine itself to provide an optimal environment to keep it at its peak. More
  • Orange County Custom Closet Wine Cellars

    We are extremely happy after hiring Carlos to do our wine room! He spent several hours with us on the first me...
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    Kathleen was super easy to work with and our wine cellar looks great! I'd highly recommend her for building an...
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    Newport Beach, CA 92660
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    Southern California's Award-Winning Custom Wine Cellar Design & Build

    Kathleen was super easy to work with and our wine cellar looks great! I'd highly recommend her for building an...
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    26222 Paseo Toscana, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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    California’s Luxury Custom Wine Cellar Specialists I 8x Best of Houzz

    We had a great experience working with Vintage Cellars, the design process was easy and the install team was o...
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  • WineRacks by Marcus manufactures high quality wine racks offering unique wine storage solutions satisfying the nee...

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    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
  • Since 1990, Vintage Cellars has designed and installed close to 2,000 Custom Wine Cellars Nationwide. Wine Room De...

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    2112 E Balboa Blvd, Newport Beach, CA 92661
  • For years we were wanting to remodel/renovate the long narrow galley kitchen in our 81-year-old tudor-esque ho...
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    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
  • Italian Custom Imports, also known as ICI was developed with the vision to bring customers the artisan tradition a...

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    1575 Corporate Drive, Sutie 150c, Costa Mesa, CA, CA 92626
  • Paul Knox Woodworking - Specializing in Custom Cabinetry and Wine Storage Solutions.

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    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
  • Your personal curator for the finer things in life. From wine storage to glasses, entertaining with gourmet cheese...

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    16782 Von Karman Ave. #15, Irvine, CA 92606
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  • We have proof of concept and proof of market with our first product line called Wine Doctor. We took our Intelli-S...

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    1382 Valencia Ave., Suite L, Tustin, CA 92780
  • WineRacks by Marcus manufactures high quality wine racks offering unique wine storage solutions satisfying the nee...

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    2210 S. Fairview St., Santa Ana, CA 92704
  • Brussels Bistro has brought the best in Belgium flavors to the heart of Laguna Beach. Relax on the terrace with a...

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    Laguna Beach, CA
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    Tustin, CA
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    PO box 3183, Newport Beach 92659
  • As the trend of elaborate wine cellars grows, many have contemplated the feasibility of having a winery-style cave...

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    Lake forest, CA 92630

Featured Reviews for Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders

Closet Wine Cellars
Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders
May 19, 2015
We had a closet that we turned into a wine cellar. Closet Wine Cellars made and installed our amazing wine racks. These racks show the labels of the bottles making them a piece of art. Our friends all say how beautiful our wine closet is. It is so easy to find the bottle you are looking for, instead of just seeing the top of the bottle with traditional racks. Plus, the cork is kept wet by being slightly lower. We have just bought a new house and will have Closet Wine Cellars make our new wine cellar. Love my wine cellar because of the racks
Valentini's Custom Wine Cellars
Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders
May 18, 2016
I have referred Valentini's Custom Wine Cellars to clients because of Kathleen's excellent decades long track record of providing a complete service from the design process to installation. Her complete understanding of the importance of maintaining the proper environment for wine storage assures my clients that they will be able to store wine properly and in the most beautiful way.
Vintage Cellars
Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders
November 29, 2012
I first met Jake with VIntage Cellars with only blueprints and a concept for my wine cellar. I had no idea what direction to go. He was able to take my thoughts and put them down into an actual wine cellar design. And before that, his main concern was room preparation & the mechanicals of a cooling system. During the process of the remodel, I would often see Jake on the project checking up on the progress of the cellar to plan when his staff needed to be there. It was also nice to see they have a great staff and not everything is subcontracted. My collection now has a home with room to grow. It's my favorite room in the house.
Wine Cellars by Coastal
Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders
October 16, 2013
Jerry was thoughtful, attentive, and professional. He did quality work. He completed our wine cellar on budget and on time.
Omnicraft Enterprises, Inc.
Orange County Wine Cellar Designers and Builders
June 29, 2012
For years we were wanting to remodel/renovate the long narrow galley kitchen in our 81-year-old tudor-esque home in Long Beach, Calif. Because the home is located in the California Heights historic district, the changes had to reflect the history of the house which has been preserved through the years through what can only be called benign neglect. Through the historic district's annual home tour fundraiser we were able to see the work of Lou Gaudio and Omnicraft Enterprises. It was apparent that he took a keen interest in preserving the flavor and historic nature of the homes in the neighborhood, while providing for modern conveniences. When we finally pulled the trigger on the renovation, Lou is the guy we called. The project proceeded in three phases: consultation, execution, completion. Consultation: Lou was incredibly resourceful and helpful during this phase. He visited with us. He listened. He looked at the pictures of what we liked from various magazines we'd been saving. He paid careful attention to what we thought the kitchen should be from living in the home for 12 years. Through this consultative approach, he offered his own suggestions based on our ideas and what best fit the character of the home. We decided that instead of doing a simple tile job and new cabinet doors, we would gut the kitchen, install new cabinets that would offer more usable space and give us more counter space, tile two whole walls with subway tile and install a soapstone counter. We also opted to add a set of dishwasher drawers. Lou is also a cabinet maker and he helped us decide on Shaker-style doors and drawer fronts (including on the dishwasher) as well as materials for drawer glides, hinges, etc. At each step of the process, we asked for and received his input on just about every detail — from lighting to grout color to which tile we would use. Given our budget, he also helped us shave off some of the cost by going with different materials and types of construction. After mostly nailing down the scope of the project we moved into demolition. Execution: Lou and his employee Marvin (sorry, I forget his last name) completed all the demo work and were exceedingly clean and organized. Once the room was gutted, Lou proceeded with his subs for some of the work. His drywall guys were in an complete, then came the cabinets, then counter top, then the tile guys (Thanks Gurzi Bros Tile!), doors, drawers, and paint. Again, Lou's extensive knowledge of various historic home styles was helpful in making decisions on the little details. We waffled back and forth on what kind of hinge, narrowing it down to two different style butterfly hinges. Lou and I stood there in the kitchen one day comparing the two, matching the various elements in the ornate hinges to the lines and style of the cabinets, etc. It was a small detail it seemed, but once the cabinet doors were installed, it was obvious we went in the right direction. Completion: All of Lou's subs were extremely skilled and conscientious, but his painters really took the cake. The prep work was exacting and methodical and the finish painting was just beautiful. These guys, Action Paint and Services of Whittier, Calif., were fantastic. Toward the end of the project, we decided to add some work to the scope. At some point in the home's history, two wood sash double hung windows were replaced with glass louvered windows. We made the move back to wood windows and Lou was able to get a window guy in to give us an estimate and then move forward with making and installing the windows, all without adding too much extra time to the project. Now all but finished (just a couple small, extra bits left), the kitchen is exactly as I'd envisioned it while cooking in there for 12 years. It's the kitchen we'd seen in the various magazine clippings we'd saved. It's the one that now gives me a huge amount of counter space, cabinets that are usable (the originals had long outlasted their usefulness) and a dishwasher that makes the manual dishwasher in our house very happy. I'd happily recommend Lou and his services to anybody looking to make a period-correct, carefully detailed upgrade to their home.
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