The nephew of the Queen Elizabeth II and renowned furniture designer, David Linley has now come out with an all new series of wine cabinets, that are not only spacious, but also comes with a unique design, that makes them exquisite and stunningly beautiful. The all new Grand Chateau Series is consisted of nine high quality wine cabinets, that besides having the storage space, have also been given a model of some of the most famous and cherished wine estates in Bordeaux, France, including Château Margaux, Château d’Yquem, Château Petrus, Château Haut-Brion, Château La Mission Haut-Brion, Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Latour, Château Cheval Blanc and Château Lafite Rothschild.
David Linley started off on the project, after being approached by Antique Wine Company, which is one of the foremost wine companies in U.K. These incredible wine cabinets come with enclosed drawers, that can hold up to 18 bottles of wine, expanding a timeline of around 200 years old. The most attractive part of these cabinets is the model replica of the estates, where these exquisite wine are grown. The Grand Chateau Series of wine cabinets carry a starting price tag of $239,205 and upwards due to the vintage wines that come with these cabinets. As of now, Antique Wine Company has already sold fourteen of these magnificent cabinets in Europe, Mexico, the U.S. and Asia. However, the Hotel Lisboa in Macau is the only confirmed buyer, who has purchased the entire set, stating that, the establishment has one of Asia’s largest wine collection, amounting to more than 3,000 brands. Hotel Lisboa management bought the entire nine cabinet set, but left out the wines that come with them and has stated its intentions of displaying these cabinets at the three-star Michelin restaurant Robuchon à Galera.
According to Stephen Williams (CEO, Antique Wine Company),
“No longer relegated to dusty cellars, the collections of today’s fine-wine enthusiasts are now often cleverly integrated into, and featured within, their homes.”