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Howard Miller Barossa Valley Wine & Bar Cabinet


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This Hide-A-Bar™ cabinet features paneled doors with inset panels of Ash Burl veneers in a parquet pattern framed with decorative moldings and oversized antique brass finished door knobs. Stores up to 22 bottles of wine, with a generous amount of room in the doors for liquor storage. An upper fixed shelf may hold glasses and tumblers. The cabinet is finished in Hampton Cherry with light distressing on select hardwoods and veneers.
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Item # 325 86 01
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Can the wine dividers be removed to store more liquor bottles?
Catlover on Aug 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The wine dividers cannot be removed.
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So elegant..a showpice.
This unit is in the formal living room and holds only the premium liqueurs from the collection. It is full. The doors remain locked. Day one the key broke off in the lock, had to get a second solid brass one. Still working months later. With doors fully loaded with full bottles, the door is hard to unlock. We are replacing the carpet with hard wood so that may be the fix to make certain doors are completely squared up. Door pulls are in center of each door vs. being closer to center of unit and it's really hard to open doors. So beautiful, substantial piece and 9 out of 10 on overall quality. If your collection uses 70% of the storage space, you will not have the issues we have. At 100% capacity, it is what it is. But what a good problem to have, yes? Too much collectible liqueur in a $2k liqueur cabinet...hmmm. puts it in perspective. Opening doors leaves guests with no words but oooooh and awwwwe. This was on the list for 3 years and it is everything we were hoping it would be. Glad we finally pulled the trigger.
September 22, 2014