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Tom Hall Sep 11, 2013 08:17 PM

I need a place in the East Bay (including Livermore, Pleasanton area) to store about a 100 cases of wine. I don't know of any in that area. Thanks.

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    MikeW Sep 16, 2013 10:10 AM

    I have used Subterraneum in Oakland for thirteen years. I highly recommend it.

    1. twocents Sep 13, 2013 01:32 PM

      cannot recommend anything personally, but have seen "wine storage" banners off of the 580 freeway in the Livermore area. Googling brings up some references for climate controlled, monitored storage.

      1. WineStorageBellevue Sep 13, 2013 12:11 PM

        Here's some more suggestions (including some links for those already mentioned):

        Self Storage Millbrae
        http://www.selfstoragemillbrae.com

        Safe Harbor - Napa
        http://safeharborwines.com/

        Eagle Rock - Napa
        http://www.eaglerockshipping.com/personal/personal-wine-storage

        Security Storage - Napa
        http://www.securitypublicstorage.com/locations/napa-wine-cellars

        Subterranean Wine Storage - Oakland
        https://plus.google.com/100271061166077695198/about

        Wine Bank - Menlo Park
        http://www.winebankonline.com/

        The rest are in San Fransisco. Hope that's at least a little helpful.

        Cheers!

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          goldangl95 Sep 12, 2013 06:18 PM

          Does it need to be in the east bay? We use the Wine Bank in Menlo Park.

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            eatzalot Sep 12, 2013 08:44 PM

            Yes there is quite a history of wine storage up and down the Peninsula, and Subterraneum in Oakland which RL cited. Though I understand the OP's wish for something nearer home. I don't know Tom's location but if it is somewhere like Pleasanton, a drive from there to Menlo Park corresponds to the travel between some countries in Europe.

            Before the owner built up Wine Bank deliberately for this purpose a dozen years ago, he spent time studying and visiting consumer wine storage facilities in the US region with the greatest use of them, Los Angeles. I think it's an impressive and classy firm. If a bit remote from the East Bay, except for locations near the Hayward - San Mateo bridge.

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              Tom Hall Sep 15, 2013 07:55 PM

              I live out in the Central Valley so going to the peninsula would be a real hassle. Thanks everyone.

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                Robert Lauriston Sep 16, 2013 09:21 AM

                Do you have room for a controlled-temperature storage unit?

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                  Tom Hall Sep 16, 2013 07:32 PM

                  My cellar is overflowing "unfortunately."

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                    Robert Lauriston Sep 17, 2013 08:55 AM

                    Oh, the hundred cases is overflow? Nice problem to have.

            2. Robert Lauriston Sep 12, 2013 09:12 AM

              Subterraneum in Oakland.

              If you prefer the Livermore area, you might call some of the smaller wineries around there and ask if they can recommend a good storage place.

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