City Daily Photo bloggers, for March 1 Theme Day, are posting their interpretations of the theme "aging" (or "ageing," depending on where you live).
What came to mind, having just visited the soon-to-open Elma Arts Complex Luxury Hotel, are these top wines-- mostly Israeli--aging peacefully in modern wine cellars at the hotel's various restaurants and bars.
From what I read online, these are called either wine refrigerators, wine fridges, or freestanding wine cellars.
They provide optimum conditions for the wine to age.
Here is something funny from Wikipedia's Aging of Wine:
During the course of aging, a wine may slip into a "dumb phase" where its aromas and flavors are very muted. In Bordeaux this phase is called the age ingrat or "difficult age" and is likened to a teenager going through adolescence. The cause or length of time that this "dumb phase" will last is not yet fully understood and seems to vary from bottle to bottle.The Sharon plain near the Mediterranean coast and just south of Haifa, surrounding the towns of Zichron Ya'akov and Binyamina, is Israel's largest grape growing area; and this is where Elma is located.
You can read all about Israeli wine at Wiki.