"I'm done," Ray Thurston laughs, when asked if he's got any more plans for wine cellars in his future. "This is it." Thurston, an investor who splits his time between Jackson Hole, Wyo., and Paradise Valley, Ariz., had no sooner completed a silo-shaped cellar to house his 2,000-bottle collection in Wyoming (featured in the Oct. 31, 2008, issue of Wine Spectator), when he began plans for a Southwestern-style building to house the rest of his wine in Arizona.
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