Frequently Asked Questions
Our specialty is design and customization so we can work to any requirement that may be unique to your design aesthetic, your collection or space. We offer a free design consultation to create a design to meet all of your needs for your home, restaurant, hotel, or business. Some customizations will mean additional costs, and once we understand your needs we'll develop a custom proposal for you.
Shipping is not included but we work with an award-winning logistics company for crating, shipping, and a white glove delivery/installation service.
The size and weight will vary depending on the model and any customizations. Please contact Sommi Wine Cellars for this information.
Yes. Each Sommi Wine Cellar comes with a 2 year warranty on the cellar and all parts, and a 5 year Manufacturer Warranty on the cooling unit. See our Terms & Conditions for more details.
The wine cellar exterior is finished with a clear conversion varnish. The wood is long lasting and low maintenance. We recommend using a soft brush or cloth for periodic dusting.
The interior and wine racks are intentionally unstained and should be maintenance free. Do not use alcohol or solvent based products if a cleanup is required. A mild soap and damp cloth should be sufficient.
If your cellar includes steel frames, you should avoid contact with any moisture or liquid for longevity and to avoid rusting.
Periodically dust or vacuum the condenser coils at the back of the cooling system.
Yes. Please let us know your bottle formats during your free design consultation and we'll ensure your cellar will accommodate your entire collection.
Yes, just let us know during your free design consultation and we'll make it happen!
Each wine cellar is designed for long term storage of white and red wine. We currently don't offer split cooling with a colder compartment for white wines.
We ship to Europe, Asia and other international locations but our white glove delivery and installation service may not be available outside of the United States.
No, all you need is a dedicated, standard residential 15 AMP circuit. However, we do recommend using a surge protector to protect the internal components in case of a power surge.