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3) Wine Cellars
So you love your wine, eh? So do millions of other Americans. In fact, the U.S. surpassed France last year as the world’s largest wine-consuming nation, growing 2% to a total of nearly 330 million cases.
A “passive” wine cellar is no big deal, just find a suitable closet in your home and place your bottles on the shelf. But if an “active” wine cellar is what you desire, that may take remodeling and electronics to maintain the proper temperature and humidity levels that your fancy wine requires.
Even electric “wine cellars” that you plug into the wall (that hold around a dozen bottles) can run anywhere between $200 and $600 (not to mention the extra strain on your electric bill).
This one is kinda like a swimming pool. If you actually use it, its great.