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Vintage Wine Storage Set to Open Its Doors on Tuesday, September 12th

AUSTIN, TX., (Aug. 29, 2023) — Vintage Wine Storage, a state-of-the-art wine storage facility and tasting room servicing Central Texas, today announced its opening is set for September 12th.  Located at 10615 Metric Blvd, the company will serve Austin’s demand for high-end and accessible wine storage facilities. The founder, Gabe Anderson, is determined to spearhead this untapped market and is committed to providing customers with optimal cellar standards and practices.

According to the Wine Institute, wine consumption in the U.S. increased from 798 million gallons (2.58 gallons per resident) in 2010 to 1.1 billion gallons (3.18 gallons per resident) in 2022. Private wine collections are also gaining in popularity. 

“Vintage Wine will provide Austin wine enthusiasts and aficionados alike with exclusive services that will simultaneously transform their collection process while providing full-service, premium offerings,” said Gabe Anderson, founder of Vintage Wine Storage. “We recognize that proper storage is only one characteristic of fine wine collecting, thus we pride ourselves on providing guests with pickup and delivery services, winery and online retailer shipment acceptance, security benefits, exclusive tasting events, and much more.”

The 13,000 square foot wine storage facility provides over 10,500 square feet of storage space arranged by leasable standard and premier collection lockers. The warehouse’s lockers are available for lease under multiple size options providing optimal flexibility for collection expansion. The customizable wine storage offerings provide customers with wine-storage solutions ranging from 24 to 320 case lockers and walk-in compartments. Competitively priced, the lockers range in annual prices from $900 ($75/month) for a 24-case locker up to $11,976 ($998/month) for a 320-case walk-in compartment. Additionally, for a limited time the first three months are free for all locker rentals.   

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