- a place, such as a dark cool cellar, where wine is stored
- the stock of wines stored there
Example Sentences Including 'wine cellar'
An adjoining walk-in pantry is large enough to also serve as a true wine cellar.
Australian News Misc (2005)
Apparently these days he is more likely to be found filling the massive wine cellar under his house.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
At the same point on the way down, it was like descending into a wine cellar.
TUNING UP AT DAWN: A Memoir of Music and Majorca (2004)
But the house is a veritable wine cellar , reeking of many colours, many smells.
India Today (2002)
She said there was an incident of some new cook's assistants who helped themselves to the wine cellar.
THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
The dank smelling dimly lighted room was off the wine cellar.
Roses are for the Rich
The lower entrance opens into a hall, which is part of an outer ring that encircles the upper part of the wine cellar.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
The luxurious 700sq m house boasted a 12.5m beach frontage, four bedrooms, gym, parking for six cars and refrigerated wine cellar.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
`He's awfully nosey about poor Sir Cedric's wine cellar ," Stan told Reggie.
Weekend for Murder
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