Eastlays Quarry has been used since 1988 for secure, controlled wine storage. Handling over four million cases of wine a year, Octavian has the capacity at the Eastlay cellars to store over 800,000 cases in ideal conditions, 90 feet underground, constant year round temperatures, absence of ultra violet light, no vibration and full humidity control.
Gastard, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Grid Reference: ST883675
This is a private business premises and a bonded warehouse.
Last Updated: July 19, 2017 12:09 AM
Eastlays Quarry History
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Eastlays Quarry Is Part Of CAD Corsham
CAD is spread over four separate quarries in the Corsham area, Monkton Farleigh Quarry is in part used for secure holding by Wansdyke Security. Tunnel Quarry is still used by the MOD. Ridge Quarry has been abandoned. Eastlays Quarry is a commercial site used for wine storage.
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