History

For almost 40 years, EuroCave has been creating products
to meet all of your wine requirements.

A love affair with wine for over 35 years!

Designer and manufacturer of solutions for maturing, serving and displaying wine, for almost 40 years, EuroCave has been creating products to meet all of your wine storage requirements. Our 500 models of wine cabinets, storage systems, cellar conditioners and cigar humidors are manufactured in France, in a small town called Fourmies, in Nord, the brand's historic birthplace. Our products undergo meticulous testing and are all guaranteed, for your peace of mind.
EuroCave's network of specialists is available in over 70 countries to advise you and help you find the best solution for your wine storage requirements.
To date, over 30 million bottles throughout the world are stored in EuroCave products, a fact which we are very proud of.


1976: Creation of the first conditioned cabinets for storing wine.

1980: René Martin took up this original concept and launched production of the first cabinets.

1992: The family company was taken over by a group of investors and the factory in Fourmies was completely rebuilt.

1993: EuroCave opened its first wholly-owned EuroCave store in Paris.

1996: EuroCave acquired Transtherm, created Artevino and in this way became a multi-brand.

1997: The QUALIS Group acquired the EuroCave company.

2000: Creation of a unique, limited edition cabinet for the year 2000: the millennium cabinet.

2006: EuroCave celebrated its 30th anniversary and presented its 30th anniversary cabinet!

2007: Launch of a new cellar conditioner, Inoa, the quietest single-piece cellar conditioner on the market.

2008: EuroCave continued to innovate with the first home winebar, Sowine, a new patented technology, NeoFresh and a new shelf system, Main du Sommelier.

Also, creation of a new division, EuroCave Professional, which offers ranges designed and manufactured exclusively for professionals in order to meet all the wine serving needs of hotel owners, restaurant owners and wine merchants.

2009: Launch of la Petite, the first wine bar inside a wine serving cabinet.

2011: Launch of a new steel storage system, Modulosteel as well as the Collection range, a cabinet with stylish lines and modular colours, allowing it to complement any interior.

2012: Launch of the Pure range, a range of A+ category wine cabinets with the dominant theme being energy-saving.

2013: EuroCave brought out a Collection version of the cigar humidor, by offering 4 additional colours. At the same time, the Revelation range was launched, a new generation of wine cabinets with a completely redesigned interior layout.

2014: A new home wine bar was released, Wine Art.