Cicero says "Men are like wines, with time, the good ones get better and the bad ones get bitter." We, the epicureans or hedonists, who love wine, love life and its pleasures.
Whether you are a wine lover or a wine connoisseur, we invite you to discover our exceptional selection of eleven wine cellars design located in different corners of the world, from São Paolo to Melbourne. Let's take a tour in California, Hungary, France and Australia to discover the "living spaces" of the best Californian, Australian, Hungarian, Brazilian and, of course, French wines ...
11 modern wine cellars: wine cellar in Paradise Valley Arizona
The wine appears for the first time in ancient Greece. Highly concentrated in alcohol, the epicureans mixed it with water. Theophrastus believed that the wine that had been given by Dionysus to men had the strength to cure melancholy and rejuvenate. Plato is of the same opinion.
Wine cellar in Budapest Hungary, design by Sandor Duzs and Architema
Nowadays, wine is one of the most consumed alcoholic beverages. The largest wine producers are France and Italy, followed by Spain, the United States, Argentina, Australia, China and South Africa.
Wine cellar in the south of France, Leo Trippi
California wine cellar, design by William Hefner Studio
Wine cellar in São Paulo Brazil, design by Studio MK27
Wine cellar in Victoria Australia, design by John Wardle Architects
Wine cellar in Chicago in the United States, design by Good Brise Design
Wine cellar in Beverly Hills California, design Whipple Russell Architects
Wine cellar in Melbourne Australia, design Architecton
Wine cellar in Los Angeles California, The Agency
Wine cellar in Nova Lima Brazil, design Marcelo Montoro & Patricia Salles