This walk-in wine room is outfitted with built-in wooden shelving with many shelves for storing — and labeling — wine.
Speaking of booze, apparently the scotch was flowing on the set of "Highlander," the 1986 fantasy filmed Connery starred in and likely drank during its production.
Speaking to The Guardian, actor Christopher Lambert recalled: "It was my first time in Scotland. Insurance people completely forbid drinking on set, but try that up there and you’ll get shot. I’m not saying Scottish people drink all the time, but if they drink, they drink. It’s not a sip of wine, it’s a quarter of a bottle of scotch. There were 1,000 extras for the battle scenes and they went at it for real. After each shot, the cries went up: 'Doctor!' 'Nurse!'"
"On the plane up, Sean brought out a bottle of homemade scotch a friend had given him," "Highlander" director Russell Mulcahy recalled. "'C’mon, laddie,' he said, 'have a nip of this.' It blew my brains out."