Seventh Heaven

Julian LeCraw's seven cellars house a 25,000-bottle collection
From the Dec 31, 2005, issue
Julian LeCraw Jr. originally planned a one-room cellar for 2,800 bottles. But when the cellar was filled before it was finished in 1996, he built another... and another... and another... until he had built six cellars, totaling 5,000 square feet, beneath his Atlanta home, as well as a seventh cellar off-site.

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