Dubbed the King of Cellars, ESPACE is a climate-controlled walk-in cellar that can be built in to your home or kitchen.
November 2nd, 2011
Love collecting wine but lack the space for a traditional underground cellar? ESPACE brings the special feeling of a private wine cellar to your home.
Storing wine close at hand and ready to serve, ESPACE can be installed in your kitchen or elsewhere in your home – built-in behind a wall, or free standing in a garage or basement.
ESPACE stores wine in ideal conditions, ensuring that it ages correctly and is always served at its best. Hand-made and built from robust aluminium-backed polystyrene insulated panels, ESPACE walk-in cellars have been manufactured in France for over 20 years.
Easy to assemble, the cellar is also quiet and energy efficient. Models range in size from 600 to 4140 bottle capacity.
Contact the Vintec showroom in Sydney’s Darlinghurst for more on the ESPACE walk-in cellar.
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