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Tom Hoerner (Brighton MI USA)

This wine cellar holds about 350 bottles--78 of them chilled. This DIY project took about three months to complete.

Amazing what you can do with stucco and fake brick!

 
Chad's Wine Cellar

Chad Shaffer (Kansas USA)

 

 

 

Mark's Wine Cellar

Mark Fabbi (Ontario, Canada)

" I thought I'd contact you about Uncorked. I've been using your app a lot more recently. I've finally managed to finish a more permanent cellar for my 600+ bottles. I really appreciated the fact I could enter nearly my entire cellar and bring it up to date without touching the keyboard. I run your app on a dedicated Acer Netbook with 16gig of solid state storage - no moving parts and no heat. I also connected an external 17" LCD monitor to get more screen real estate In the rest of my house I access the application from my Macs using the built in remote desktop app in OS X while running VNC server on the netbook. There's more than enough performance on the netbook to handle this set-up.You can also access this via an iPhone and I'm sure an iPad (haven't got one yet). The set up might appeal to those that have asked for Mac support. VNC really is a nice way to access a dedicated cellar PC remotely and for mainly Mac households it's an inexpensive entry point. As I mentioned a dedicated netbook - especially one that's really stripped down like mine is has more than enough power. Knowing it was going to have a dedicated task, I pulled out as many services, DLLs, ... as possible to keep the windows overhead low. All I have on the device is Uncorked, Firefox, UltraVNC, a free anti-virus (the only thing that slows up the netbook) and iTunes (in case I need some music in the cellar). " Mark Fabbi (Ontario, Canada)

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