Wine Cellars by Coastal & Arctic Metalworks Yorba Linda California Project – A Processed Video Transcription
I’d like to take you on a short video tour of a custom wine cellar Yorba Linda CA project recently completed by Coastal Custom Wine Cellars.
The project is located in Orange County, Yorba Linda, California, actually.
We partnered with Arctic Metalworks who provided the wine cellar refrigeration components for the enclosure; and, we also partnered with David Lincoln Construction who provided all the general contractor services.
So, as you can see we had a small niche to work within this home. This is about roughly eight-foot wide, I believe eight-foot tall and 30 inches deep.
I’ll take you to a series of photographs that will show you the progress as we move forward towards completion and I’ll also take you on a tour of our three-dimensional design package that’s offered to everyone who visits Coastal.
As you can see, we had a niche here; we took this particular niche, we demoed it, we sealed the area to protect the home from dust.
Before this beautiful brick veneer was placed on the walls, behind the walls we have our vapor barrier, our insulation, all the electrical was roughed in as well as the mechanical line set, the refrigeration lines and the condensate drain line.
Wine Cellar Refrigeration Yorba Linda CA Installation
Now, this particular enclosure called for a split wine cellar refrigeration system.
So, outside the wine enclosure is a remote condenser; inside the wine enclosure is your fan coil, cold air supply and the cold air return.
This also has a remote LED controller or thermostat, that one can monitor the temperature inside the wine cellar.
The Wine Cellar Design
Let’s take a look at the actual wine cellar design.
Once we have a consultation with the customer to determine how many bottles they want to display, some of the features that they want to include in the display, we created a three-dimensional wine cellar design package.
This is an overhead view of the small area. Actually, it’s just under 6 feet wide, 28 inches deep and the height is just under 8-foot and 94 inches.
The total bottle capacity for the enclosure: 392 bottles.
So, let’s take a look at the elevation itself.
As you can see, from the side view here on the right of the bottom half is double-deep, which means you can place the bottle into an opening, push it to the back of the component and place another bottle in front of that; and, we used, on the top portion above the countertop level, a single-deep storage and display area.
So, at the left is the tabletop area while they set things down while managing the wines or opening the bottles of wine.
The Wine Racks
So, we’ll start from the bottom. All of the wine racks rest on an inch and a half toe-kick which elevates the components off the floor, of course.
Now, we’ll use a beautiful base trim as well as a crown molding at the top.
To the far left and to the far right we’ve got bin storage or bulk storage for case locks, ordered or flanked to either side of this beautiful diamond bin, we’ve got a single column, single vertical column, or single bottle storage.
Above that, more single bottle storage with a high reveal display row and to the far left and to the far right the folks wanted a cabinet for some liquors, glasses, even small drawers for accoutrements such as cork screws and napkins.
This area just above the arch area is a lattice grill box with an operable grill cover. This is what’s concealing the mechanical appearance of the fan coil that we looked at a few moments ago.
With that said, we’ll look into some of these different features here that we spoke of.
These are the small cabinets to the left and to the right and the drawer here, and the high reveal display row.
This is the square bins on the left and the single bottle, or single vertical column, I spoke of as well as the diamond bins and the beautiful front view of the area.
This wine cellar’s entire front was a seamless glass entry door, which turned out quite beautiful.
Thank you for visiting Coastal Custom Wine Cellars.
If I could be of any assistance, please reach out to us at www.winecellarsbycoastal.com.