Antique Wine Cabinet collection worth over $1 million


If you are looking for a wine cellar to compliment your home décor, the options are endless, right from the Korea exclusive LG Dios, the trendy Sand & Birch cellar, a spacious spiral wine cellar, classy and modern Fendi’s or EuroCave Leather cellars , sturdy wooden EuroCave cellars, contemporary Opale wine cellars, or cellars with Néofresh technology. But if it’s an antique look that you want, then the Antique Wine Company from Liney has just the architectural inspired cabinets that you are looking for. The company is just out with four from its series of nine architectural cabinets, celebrating the famous Châteaux in Bordeaux. Followed by the Château Margaux architectural cabinet, (which is currenly owned by the chateau itself), the new range includes replicas for Château d’Yquem, Château Haut-Brion, Château La Mission Haut-Brion and Château Petrus.

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The cabinets can hold up to 18 wine bottles produced during the 20th and 21st centuries. The Yquem model comes with 141 consecutive vintages starting from 1868, and letters and memorabilia from the Lur Saluces era, which is expected to fetch the owners over $1 million. The other models are priced at $222,465 each. The remaining models to be released are based on Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Lafite Rothschild, Château Latour and Château Cheval Blanc.
[Luxist]

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