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Fiddlers Elbow Country Club Adds Stunning Custom Wine Cabinets

2017 July 17
by Curtis Dahl

Fiddlers Elbow Custom Wine Cabinets

Fiddlers Elbow adds two stunning custom wine cabinets in their main dining area. The custom black walnut wine cabinets were built to replace glass door dividers and feel as if they have been in the club since its 1965 founding. The members are able to rent their own individual tray where they can store over a case of wine to be used at their convenience – the trays sold out in minutes. The seamless glass double sided cabinets allow for the led lighting to set the mood on both the bar side and dining room for all of the guests to enjoy.

Purple LED Lights Set the Mood

Please keep Joseph & Curtis Custom Wine Cellars in mind and contact us if we can ever be of service!

Cheers!

Situated in scenic Bedminster Township, New Jersey, Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club showcases nearly 1,000 acres of spectacular countryside, world-class amenities and an array of unique member privileges. Since opening its doors in 1965, the Club continues to set the gold standard as the state’s only 54 hole club where family and business members thrive.

Since 1965, when it was founded as a private corporate country club, Fiddler’s Elbow has given executives and professionals an escape from the halls of industry and commerce to the amenities of fine dining, superior golf and business facilities.

Today, we provide members and their families with an atmosphere conducive to enjoy, relax and entertain while nurturing and developing important relationships. We have successfully evolved from a corporate only club into the area’s most desirable “hybrid” club with a blend of individuals of all ages, families and businesses making our membership the most unique in all of New Jersey.

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