The Rise of the Wine Room
Most wine collectors become investors by accident—but the same cannot be said for their wine rooms at home today. Many modern wine rooms have become well-designed entertaining spaces for storing, sipping, sharing with guests. Some wine rooms are even quite literally rising from the ground too, elevated from the once dark, dingy, hidden dungeons of the past that were visited only by staff members when fetching bottles.
These six thoughtfully planned wine rooms from the Coldwell Banker Previews International® program are testaments to what every oenophile already knows—that fine wine is inherently social, meant to be indulged, imbibed and enjoyed in fine company (and in an equally fine setting). Form meets function in walls of glass, exposed brick and glamorous furnishings arranged to invite conversation over a rare vintage—a celebration of the good life in the great wide open. Cheers!
9505 Lania Ln
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
There are few things in life more enjoyable than dining in an elegant wine cellar by candlelight, surrounded by thousands of bottles of aging vintages.
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
Escape to the Old World in this ornate, masterpiece wine tasting room and cellar in New Jersey.
5922 Alpine Rd
Portola Valley, CA 94028
The Palace of Versailles will always have halls of mirrors. But the owner of this custom Portola Valley home offers something even better: halls of wine.
391 & 401 Woody Creek Road
There is, perhaps, no more fitting setting for discovering the earthiest qualities of a wine than a tasting room enveloped in stone, as if carved out of the Aspen mountain itself.
25 Montage Way
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
This contemporary reimagining of a wine cellar in Laguna Beach has all you need for a memorable evening at home: walls of glass that showcase floating bottles of wine against rugged stonework.
5800 Shorefront Lane
Flower Mound, TX 75022
From the brick ceiling to crystal chandelier, this elegant wine tasting room and climate-controlled wine cellar of this flawless Texas estate is nothing short of tempting.