Wine cellars are some pretty interesting places all over the world since they are architecturally beautiful and additionally, packed with thousands of bottles of finest wine from various regions hence if the companies making the wine open their wine cellars for the public and allow people not only to buy wine directly from the producers but also taste it in the very cellars, which are of notice, that is, surely, an additional advantage to the wine cellars themselves. Besides most of the wine cellars presented below are designed by world-famous designers thus the places have that magical vibe and scale that is typical only of the best in the field.
On the contrary, there are some pretty miniature wine cellars, which are family run and the sheer acquisition of a bigger place for storing wine is financially burdening the family budget and seems rather inefficient; those family-run wine cellars rely mainly on quality and hospitable welcoming of their guests.
When talking of wine cellars the sheer phrase sounds pretty tasty and attractive hence upon arrive in such a wine cellar you will end up conclusively buying a few bottles of each and every notable sort of wine just to taste it at home or to present your friends and family with the nicest of gifts; after all, St. Valentine’s day is approaching; besides if you live in Bulgaria or are visiting it on 14th February, you will notice how people are in a kind of festive mood as this is also the day the country celebrates their Wine holiday so both ways it is worth it purchasing several of the finest sorts of wine.
So, to get to the point, here’s a list of the world’s best wine cellars that are worth visiting:
#1The first in the list and certified by the Guinness Book Of World Records as the world’s largest wine cellar, is a wine cellar in Moldova, currently hosting over 2 million bottles of finest wine. It’s actually not exactly a wine cellar but rather a whole underground tunnel city in Moldova.
#2 Cricova’s Wine Cellar – This is a wine cellar founded in Moldova again; Cricova is famous for its delicious wine that attracts guests from all ages, all walks of life and all over the world. Some legends claim that in 1966 astronaut Yuri Gagarin entered the cellars and two days later came out stumpling from time to time; another one states that Russian president Vladimir Putin celebrated his 50th birthday there.
#3 Queens Lane Wine Silo & Shop – This wine cellar was designed Envisioned by Carney Logan Burke Architects. However, the most unusual thing about it is that this is actually an above-ground wine cellar in Jackson, Wyoming. This mesmerizing wine cellar is made of log, stone, and timber and is inspired from the early twentieth century National-Park lodge architecture.
#4 Château Lafite Rothschild’s Wine Cellar by Ricardo Bofill – Wine die-hard fans have coined the term “Trophy room” – a wine cellar, which is the main reason why wineries invest so much money in such sacred chambersThis is awe-inspiring cellar; Château Lafite Rothschild in Bordeaux is truly luxurious and totally worth the huge investment.
#5 Rocca di Frassinello by Renzo Piano – The world famous Renzo Piano architect-designer has envisioned and designed the structure at Rocca di Frassinello something to marvel at and at the same time a wine cellar where people could spend some quiet time alone or with their partners sipping wine and indulging into the atmosphere.