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All Your Wine Goes Here

What do wines dream about, as they sleep in their little glass wine homes, gathering dust on their precious little wine shelves?

They dream of Sommi Company Wine Cellars—a Portland-based group of folks with a specific knack for handcrafting those wine cellars out of wood from the Pacific Northwest. You can order these now.

The method here: hop online and choose from one of two models (the 280- or 448-bottle) and three types of wood (fir, cherry or Pacific Northwest walnut). They’ll handle the rest. By which we mean hand-forging your handles and building whatever kind of racking structure you want, along with a virtually silent cooling system. Virtual un-silence being unacceptable.

You’ve got six to eight weeks of waiting time, so start procuring stuff you won’t mind drinking come mid-to-late fall. Perhaps a few bold pinots from Burgundy. A handful of dessert-appropriate whites. Four hundred or so Napa Valley reds. You know, wines.

When the time comes, you’ll hear a fateful knock at your door from a kind gentleperson named Ralph.* He’ll perform all the necessary setup.

*Note: guy might not actually be named Ralph.


Sommi Company Wine Cellars

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