Cellars in the Sky

In space-starved New York City, wine collections take myriad forms
From the Dec 31, 2016, issue

Housing a personal wine collection in New York City poses a host of challenges: Limited space, sky-high rents and draconian building codes all impede the dreams of Big Apple bottle hunters. But as wine culture becomes ever more engrained in America's most densely populated metropolis, savvy designers and property managers are finding new ways to cater to local enophiles intent on cellaring their treasures. Wine Spectator's Ben Lasman reports.

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