Design & Construction

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Certified Wine Cellars

We provide our customers with a full-service experience from the design stage to construction, installation, and final celebration!

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About the Team

Certified Wine Cellars has stepped up to meet the growing demand for wine cellar design and construction in the Austin and San Antonio areas, making us one of the top experts in the field. We have a dedicated team that specializes in wine cellar construction and can undertake some of the most challenging jobs from residential to commercial.

Certified Wine Cellars is elite in wine cellar design and construction in the Austin & San Antonio region!


With over 25 years’ experience and working closely with clients in Austin, San Antonio, Canyon Lake, Boerne, and more. Certified Wine Cellars can craft spaces to match the wine collectors’ vision and style, leaving the homeowner with a timeless and sophisticated wine cellar that a homeowner will be proud of.

Services Provided

Wine Cellar Consultation, Site Visits, Wine Cellar Design/Construction, Custom Cabinets, Lighting, Glass Enclosures, Door Installation, Cooling Unit Installs, Flooring, Wine Cellar Ladders, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Trim Work, Wine Cellar Windows, Wine Cellar Doors, Walk in Humidors, Saunas, Residential & Commercial Full Build Wine Cellar Projects.

Selecting a wine cellar builder can be a difficult task. Finding the right craftsman with a flair for your style and your budget can be challenging.

The contractor not only has to have the technical ability to install a variety of wine racking systems, but should be proficient in the proper construction techniques of a wine cellar.

Understanding the need for a vapor barrier, proper insulation, exterior grade doors, glazing options and sealing of the complete enclosure are paramount to a well-built wine room.

A contractor should have experience in all of the above, with several successful projects in their portfolio. In addition, the contractor should know how the wine cellar cooling unit interacts with the environment. Planning and applying a proper vapor barrier along with installation as well as determining supply and return register placement is key.

The bottom line is that a good contractor should have a working knowledge of proper wine room airflow, and the ability to expertly blend your design elements with the functions of a wine room cooling unit.

Let us know if you have a special project.