Cellar design is sometimes dictated by available space. Cases are squeezed into closets, unfinished basements are retrofitted, racks are tucked underneath staircases. And though you wouldn't guess by its fanciful shape, Ray Thurston's award-winning wine cellar in a silo is the product of the specific site limitations of his Jackson Hole, Wyo.
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