Perfect Wine, Forever Views and Radical Thinking
15 May 2018
1000M Makes Perfect Wine Easy
If you’re an oenophile, you take your wine seriously. That doesn’t just mean choosing the right bottle and perfect pairing; it simply must include the way the wine is stored, handled and served. Here at 1000M, we relish every last detail of connoisseurship.
Experts say the ideal temperature for serving wine is 13°C or 55°F, give or take a couple degrees depending on the specific kind of wine. Fortunately for residents, the storage facilities built specifically for wines at 1000M ensure that you never have to worry about the serving temperature of your bottles again and provide the ease of drinking your favorite wine the correct way every time.
Your Favorite Glass with Forever Views
Take the elevator up to Level 72 and there’s not just a spectacular view foregrounded by a lounge with a full-service bar; we’ve taken it one step further…with our Wine Tasting Room with private wine storage. Enjoy a glass under perfect conditions in front of the perfect view; it seriously transforms the experience. And because sipping a great vintage is always better with company, the Wine Tasting Room, along with the Sky Terrace, act as the ideal venue to entertain friends, colleagues and loved ones. If the wine is only an aperitif (by the way, is there any aperitif more divine than a perfectly chilled glass of Chardonnay?) than make sure to take advantage of the intimate, chandelier-lit Level 72 Private Dining Room, fully-outfitted with a gourmet Demonstration Kitchen.
Oh…for residents of many of the residences at 1000M, these luxury homes include Sub-Zero wine refrigerators with integrated millwork panels and 7-foot wine columns. Did we mention we like wine?
1000M: Connected by 13°
We’ve previously shared insights into the architectural engineering feat behind the cantilevering design of 1000M at a radical 13° angle. Yes, the angle of Helmut Jahn’s tower optimizes views and embraces the building’s natural surroundings, but is it really just a coincidence that the angle of the building is the same degree at which wine is perfectly served? We’ll let you decide!