Hosting a wine and cheese party can be exciting and challenging. Not only are you responsible for entertaining your guests, you’re also responsible for the investigation of what wines in your local liquor store will pair best with the cheeses you find in your local supermarkets and delicatessens. Your party should play to all the sensations of your guests, social entertainment combined with an unforgettable experience for the palate. Continue reading
Building a wine room can be a very exciting proposition for just about anyone. The commitment to build a wine cellar usually means you’ve already built up your wine collection to a point where you need a place to store all of those bottles, and having that many bottles of good wine is a joy all on its own. Of course, having all those wine bottles also means that you’ve spent a great deal of money on all of them, so you probably aren’t looking to skimp on costs for the wine cellar itself. All that said, you definitely don’t want to overspend when it comes to building your wine cellar either.
For many people, building a wine cellar is one of the ultimate goals for their home. Whether you live here in New Jersey, or elsewhere in the world, a wine cellar signifies the fact that you’ve made it in life. If you have enough bottles of wine sitting around that you’re able to dedicate a whole room in your house to it, you should consider yourself very lucky.
Building a wine cellar, while fun, is not all fun and games. There are many things that need to be considered when building your wine cellar, and not considering these things will put the quality and freshness of your wine in serious jeopardy in some cases. Before you get started building your very own wine cellar, we’ve compiled a short list of some things you should consider.
This article provides a few tips on making your basement remodeling project as stress-free as possible. Remodeling your basement, while ultimately very rewarding, giving you so much more space in your home, can also be one of the most difficult types of remodeling you can do. The reason is simple: your basement is probably the area of your home with the largest gap between what it currently is and what you want it to be after the basement renovation. Add to that the fact that most basements are below ground and have potential moisture and mold issues, and you’ve got one involved project on your hands!