When you’re supposed to feel the heat after having one or two, the spiral wine cellar design might abet you to sign up for the paroxysm you were waiting for. Jokes apart, the gyro-design has some definitive purposes. First, it allows you the secrecy or privacy if you despise flaunting your wine collection. Second, it’s spacious enough to hold 1000 or 1600 bottles. Last but not the least, as the producer puts it: it’s “a watertight, pre-cast cylindrical system that’s sunk into the ground, it can be located anywhere from kitchen to conservatory, workshop to study. It can be installed into an existing ground floor room, or incorporated into the build of an extension or new property”. Well, now, we believe you won’t mind dispensing off not-that-whopping $30,000 for this wonderful wine cellar.