The Graycliff Hotel and its wine cellar sit behind thick walls that once served as a pirate's fortress.
The Graycliff wine collection holds more than 275,000 bottles and much of it is on the restaurant's wine list for sale.
The total estimated value of Graycliff's ever-growing wine connection is now more than $10 million.
A wine collection requires precise temperature control, and the Graycliff pirate dungeon provides the right conditions.
Visitors to the Graycliff Hotel's restaurant can reserve the formal dining table deep within the wine cellar.
An extensive labeling storage system is kept at Graycliff to keep track of its more than 275,000 wine bottles.
The Graycliff wine cellar packs more red than white wines generally as the reds will keep much longer in storage.
Magnums of champagne costing thousands of dollars stand by in the Graycliff wine cellar if you've got the cash.
Behold the oldest bottle of wine in the world from inside the Graycliff Cellar: the 1727 Rüdesheimer Apostelwein. You can order it for $200,000.