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Sally Jul 24
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slate wine racks Dec 18
Happy 🥂 What do you think of this I recently delivered to an award winning in ?
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Chris McKaskell Dec 10
Test run - making coved crown moulding on the table saw for
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Elite Wine Fridges 14 Jan 19
.'s solutions provide perfect conditions for wine that is to be enjoyed perhaps a quiet night in or a visit from family & friends, or even stored longer-term. This freestanding unit holds 12 bottles with interior lighting.
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Taylor Morrison Raleigh 22 Jan 19
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slate wine racks Jan 14
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Peter Vetsch Apr 6
Sooooo after my latest trek to Babb to pick up more , my cellar is full. I think I’ve pinpointed the primary culprit...
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Guy Gunter Home Oct 13
Luxury features & seamlessly integrated wine storage. For your inner sommelier. Check out all that has to offer at
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Hestan Dec 14
: wine should ideally be stored between 45° and 65° degrees? Here are 7 wine storing basics you need to know, according to :
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KilkennyArchitecturalSalvage Mar 27
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Everett Custom Homes Oct 9
"Wine's the world, you're just living in it." Check out these great wine storage options in featuring yours truly!
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WineRacks by Marcus Jan 27
STORE CHAMPAGNE with Dan Gurney invented Champagne spraying at Le Mans in 1967, he placed his thumb over the open bottle, shook and intentionally sprayed the onlookers, beginning a tradition that transcends all sports.
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Sally Jul 22
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Steven D Smith Homes Jan 20
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KilkennyArchitecturalSalvage Apr 7
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robbybottoms Sep 26
I came home from work yesterday and discovered my 80 bottle wine fridge was at 80°F. This is a wine enthusiasts worst nightmare. It held my wines at a constant 55°F for the 2 years I had it, then decided to cook my wines.
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Premier Builders Feb 20
Wine storage & entertainment area; oceanside house | Premier Builders | Boston, North Shore, MA Builder | architect/interior designer: @siemasko_verbridge | photography: Al Mallette
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Harry Norton Jr Feb 15
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TourFactory.com Aug 28
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Chris McKaskell Dec 5
Just did a quick count - there are over four thousand little machine operations required to make this wine locker....huh...that’s a bit of work! Coming along nicely though - starting to assemble the cabinets.
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