Revel Custom Wine Cellars creates wine-centric designs for today's discerning collectors. Our label forward wine rack systems and custom wine cellar cabinetry has been recognized as the pre-eminent way to showcase, access and protect your prized wine collection.

Our Process

Before the design process begins, we first explore your desires and objectives for your cellar. We consider your goals as it relates to the space, design aesthetics, storage capacity, bottle types, collecting habits, etc. Once these elements are established, we begin to develop the design.

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“When we saw Revel’s system we were impressed by its design and performance. It was efficient, but also striking; we knew our collectors would be impressed.”

Erik Ackerman, Estate Director at Cardinale

Frequently Asked Questions

Wine cellars can be sited in many different areas in the home. We have installed cellars in basements, kitchens, dining rooms, stairwells and even in a re-purposed pool house. That said, wine requires several conditions to be met for ideal aging and the location of your cellar will help you to select appropriate features that will work for you. Some of the most important factors in creating an ideal environment for your wines include having adequate ventilation, no direct exposure to sunlight or to heat, and limited vibration. You can view our Wine Cellar Construction Guide that will provide you with a very comprehensive overview of the construction requirements for your wine cellar space.
Due to it's complexity, setting up a wine cellar is not for the novice do-it-yourselfer. A wine cellar is a temperature and humidity controlled space that requires special attention to proper insulation, cooling systems, and lighting. We have provided a wine cellar construction guide to walk you through the basic elements involved in preparing the wine cellar space. Every cellar presents a unique set of demands, circumstances and challenges, making it impossible to provide a one-size-fits-all how-to manual.  Some of the content is technical in nature and consultation with qualified professionals within the various disciplines involved is strongly recommended. Please view our Wine Cellar Construction Guide here.
While variations within a certain range can be acceptable, the consensus is that something on the order of a constant 55 degrees, and 70 percent humidity is optimal. All wine should be stored away from light, heat, vibration and temperature fluctuation.
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