These Rooms Were Made For Enjoying a Favorite Bottle of Wine With Friends

What’s a holiday without family, friends, and access to your very own private stash of wine? Wine rooms are made for such secrecy, with their covert location and VIP-only access. During the holidays, this may be your favorite space in the entire home! Keep your holidays cheery with these four spectacular wine rooms.


The wine room at 5139 Seneca Drive was designed to be bright and airy with windows that allow abundant natural lighting to infiltrate the tasting area. The tiled room also features a self-contained heating/air-conditioning unit to ensure that each bottle is kept at its optimal temperature.


3828 Turtle Creek Drive is a 6,717-square-foot home with plenty of room dedicated to a robust wine collection. Here, the wine room accommodates 1,500 bottles and features custom wooden shelving and tile flooring. The room is beautifully designed with many display areas to showcase coveted vintages.


The wine cellar at 3521 Beverly Drive in Highland Park is a 524-square-foot space that accommodates 1,200 bottles. This cellar was the home’s basement originally and was converted to feature split-faced travertine walls, red onyx countertops, and a custom-made metal and wood tasting table with a Lazy Susan in the middle for passing wine.


Located in Preston Hollow, 9925 Lakeway Court has a wine room with a tasting area, abundant storage, and dramatic design accents such as a brick wall, wrought-iron doors, and tile flooring.

A version of this article also appears on Culture Map Dallas.

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