If you have ever thought of building a Wine Cellar at home, and didn’t have enough space or an extra room for it, then this solution could come in handy for you. An amazingly designed wine cellar that can be built in any ground-floor-room of your house, all it needs is digging a whole in the ground, and the rest is art. This type of wine cellar can be easily hidden and accessed through the floor, where it can have an access door that matches the room flooring to blend with its interior. The guys at Wine Cellars describes it as follow: It’s the quickest, cheapest and easiest way of building a wine cellar for your house. A watertight, pre-cast cylindrical system that’s sunk into the ground, it can be located anywhere from kitchen to conservatory, workshop to study.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Spiral Cellar was originally a French invention, developed by Monsieur George Harnois in 1978. The rows of wine face you as you wind your way down the central stair.