COST & INSTALLATION
Wines Cellars Limited a UK Wine Cellar Company has designed the Wine Cellar Pod Underfloor Wine Cellar, to be an affordable, modern home wine storage solution.
This fantastic home wine cellar idea can be easily fitted and sits well in your home or any Interior Designers or Architects scheme. Whilst wine rooms, wine fridges and the larger underfloor wine cellars address the specific needs of collectors with 100’s of wine bottles . Wine Cellar Pod circular wine cellar holds 81 bottles in its circular wine racks. It takes on ground temperature, and your wine is easily accessible. It is an excellent space saving solution, and a focal point for any room. This technical innovation of wine cellar design is made in England and with cold LED remote control lighting, mirrored floor, and thick perspex lid, it is the affordable luxury wine cellar for any home.
Wine Cellar Pod takes on ground temperature within a few days, it is fitted with 3 ports that accept standard plumbing pipe fittings to keep them water tight. The central port for the electricity supply, and a lower air intake port allowing the flow of cool air into the Underground Cellar and an upper air outtake port for any warmer air to exit.
3 Tray Wine Cellar Pod 1300 x 650
1 Tray Wine Cellar Pod 1300 x 370
Perspex Hatch 710 x 20
Lighting Cold Running LED. Mirrored Floor.
Made from a Nylon in translucent white, the Wine Cellar Pod underground wine cellar comes fitted with Remote Control cold running LED lights that as an option fade in and out and can be lit in a myriad of colours.
HATCH, COLLAR & FLOOR
Wine Cellar Pod comes with a thick Perspex hatch 710 x 20 pre fitted with chrome hinges and chrome finger pull. The Black collar that the Hatch sits in is powder coated and is adjustable so it can be slid up and down into position to give a perfect fit to your finished floor level.
The Floor of this superb home wine cellar is covered in a high quality synthetic mirror, reflecting the 81 bottles giving a deeper impression of 162 bottles whilst also throwing the light around the cellar and up onto the ceiling of your room.