Wine Cellar Builder Jay Rosen and Washington Valley Cellars Profiled in Wine Spectator Magazine

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Wine Spectator Features Washington Valley Cellars, Rosen’s Personal Wine Cellar and How His Passion for Wine Evolved into a Career.

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I’m honored and humbled to be profiled in Wine Spectator for what I love and for what I do for a living. I enjoy building wine cellars for others who share my passion. Every collection is unique and every wine cellar we build is one of a kind.

Turning passion into a profession is something many entrepreneurs only dream about. Jay Rosen is living that dream and the wine collector and wine cellar builder is currently featured in Wine Spectator magazine.

Wine Spectator chronicles Rosen’s love of wine and how the necessity of creating storage space for his own growing “treasure trove” steered the builder from renovating houses to designing and building custom residential wine cellars for others. Business is booming for Rosen and Washington Valley Cellars, fueled in large part by America’s growing thirst for wine. Since establishing Washington Valley Cellars, Rosen and his team have built hundreds of one-of-kind cellars and wine storage areas for oenophiles in New Jersey, the tri-state area, and throughout the United States.

“I’m honored and humbled to be profiled in Wine Spectator for what I love and for what I do for a living,” said Rosen. “I enjoy building wine cellars for others who share my passion. Every collection is unique and every wine cellar we build is one of a kind.”

The article,In Magnum, delves into Rosen’s early wine-drinking college days, how his tastes have evolved over the years, and what he’s collecting now. The article spotlights Rosen’s personal cellar, a 4,000-bottle wine loft built adjacent to his dining room for easy and elegant entertaining. “Framing the space are limestone floors and a plaster-finished barrel ceiling. The wine racks are horizontal rather than vertical—a feature that’s become a Washington Valley signature,” the article stated. Rosen’s additional 1,500 bottles are stored in a “makeshift cave” in the basement, the first wine cellar he constructed and the inspiration for his business.

Wine Spectator also explores Rosen’s fondness for magnums and oversized bottles which he describes as statement-making design elements for any cellar. “Large-format bottles are great for entertaining and they can be a great showpieces in a wine cellar,” explains Rosen. Every year he hosts a Big Bottle Extravaganza in which friends, many of whose wine cellars he has built, each bring a 3-liter bottle or larger to share at the party.

Washington Valley Cellars can transform virtually any space into a functional and attractive wine cellar. From the most luxurious wine cellars with all the amenities to more practical storage areas, the company advises clients on how to create wine cellars that will meet their current and future storage needs, as well as helping manage inventory. Services include consulting, layout, framing and insulation, installation of vapor barriers, lighting and temperature control, as well as design direction for magnificent cellar doors, brick columns and decorative walls of stone and granite accents.

About Washington Valley Cellars
Washington Valley Cellars is a specialty construction company focusing in the design and construction of custom wine cellars and wine storage areas. Established in 1992, Washington Valley Cellars has built hundreds of wine cellars utilizing the finest materials and expert craftsmanship to reflect the storage needs and aesthetic tastes of the collector. For more information, visit http://www.washingtonvalleycellars.com

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