Luxury living Wine cellars

Luxury living: Wine cellars

Need somewhere to store your wine collection? Here, 5 luxury properties that come complete with their own cellar — all from Christie’s International real estate.

Framed by 360-degree views of the Rocky Mountains, this 4.5-acre estate in Idaho’s Sun Valley features a 17,500-square-foot main lodge flanked by waterfalls, complete with a 1,400-bottle wine cellar. Additional amenities include a guest apartment, nine-car garage, heated driveway and landscape pools, along with an elevator, media room, gym, sauna and massage room.

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    Lake George, New York


Built in 1895 by architects Ludlow and Peabody, this Tudor Revival mansion is one of the great estates that line ‘Millionaire’s Row’ on the shores of Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains. Named ‘Wikiosco’, or ‘home on beautiful waters,’ the 20,00,000-square-foot manor is set in 6.27 acres of gardens, and features a 4,000-bottle wine cellar. Other facilities include a heated swimming pool, tennis court, guesthouse, and 545 feet of lake frontage.

Measuring 13,888-square-foot, this eight-bedroom property set in the affluent Atlanta suburb of East Cobb was recently renovated by craftsmen. Facilities include a cherry-wood wine cellar, kitchen and media room, all of which open out on to a private patio with a heated pool and hot tub.

This newly constructed villa is situated on 1.5 acres in the exclusive Club Santa Apolonia, near the historic city of Valencia. Featuring six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 13,000-square-feet of living space, the property also includes an extensive wine cellar with oak barrels, wooden shelves and a beamed ceiling. A swimming pool, eight-car garage and stables are among other facilities on offer, along with access to resort amenities.

Perfect for entertaining on a grand-scale, this property in Waikawa Bay and Queen Charlotte Sound in Marlborough, New Zealand, features an expansive walk-in wine cellar, numerous terraces, a swimming pool and pool house, stone grotto and putting green.