Wine racks and wine storage by bottle capacity units come in unbelievable diversity, some intended to show a single bottle and others to store hundreds of bottles or cases, and everything in between. Materials for storing units also vary significantly. Redwood wine racks with different levels of capacity are most popular. Wine storage can be designed as hanging wine racks, table top wine racks, floor wine racks or cellar wine racks.
Wine racks are basically holders for wine bottles. It is important that your wine rack is never placed near any heat vents, as the heat would spoil the taste of the wine. Your ideal rack can come in any shape or capacity. Some wine locker units have built-in glass holders – shelves where glasses can be stocked and hangers from where they are hung by the stems. Starting at $20 for a single-bottle bin rack, the price of your rack would depend upon its material and capacity.
Wine Displays Growing In Popularity
“The whole thing about the wine lifestyle is that you can lead it with one bottle or 1,000 bottles,” says Laura Daily, Vice President of Merchandising for Atlanta-based Ballard Designs, a popular catalog retailer of furniture and accessories. Cubes rack, bin rack, wine bars, wine tasting groups, wine cellars – they’re all growing in popularity. Whether you keep a few bottles on a column rack in your kitchen or you’re digging up your basement for your new custom cellar, it seems that you’re not alone.