I was looking to organize and properly store my wine and found the perfect storage rack. Each holds 3 cases and assembled easily and very sturdy. Open shelves make it easy to wine each bottle. Think I'm going to order more -great price as well.
This simple wine rack was just what I was looking for to store wine in my basement (I didn't need a showcase storage cabinet). Assembly was easy. Its quality and design were all I could ask for at this price point and for this purpose.
This is a very sturdy, free-standing, wine rack. It was fairly easy to assemble and required no tools to do so. The legs are adjustable to keep it level on uneven surfaces. It will accommodate more bottles of wine than it is rated for by stacking the bottles. The bottle shelves are formed to the bottles and can accommodate bottles that are a bit larger than the 750 ml bottles commonly used. The shelves are level so, if the wine bottles are stored for a long period of time, they should be turned occasionally to keep the cork evenly immersed. Because of the bright chrome finish, not everyone will find this rack decorator-friendly. I suspect that it should not be used in a spot that is subject to moisture over a long period of time. This was one of the most economical racks I could find online and is well worth the money I spent, including the cost of delivery.
We use this rack for overflow storage of less expensive bottles of our wine cellar. It serves this purpose well, but does not tip the bottles down to encompass the cork. The bottles lay flat. I recommend this for wine you will use in the short term.
I have several shelves of this style and am happy with them -- they are practical, strong, and effective storage pieces, particularly for the price. I was very pleased to find the same style in a wine rack. Holds A LOT of bottles. It can handle more shelves, and a top flat shelf would also be useful -- I will seek one out. Can highly recommend!
This wine rack is a homerun. I needed something that could accommodate at least 2 cases of wine with various bottle sizes and this rack fit the bill. My larger size bottles fit nicely and the overall look is great - very clean and modern. I would definitely recommend to anyone who is considering.
This wine rack was just what I was looking for. It was SO easy to assemble I did it myself in about 15 minutes. It definitely serves the purpose for my needs. And the price was very reasonable. Shipping was right on schedule. I would definitely order another one. There are 4 shelves which hold nine bottles, 36 total. And it holds all size bottles from Champagne to Chardonnay.
I needed an economical rack that would hold 50+ bottles and that would match the smaller rack from Ikea I had in our dining room. It arrived on schedule, and took about 10 minutes (or less) to construct. The metal is high quality and the instructions were easy to follow. I love it. I also love that it was made in the US!
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? perfectly
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. high quality
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? very accurate
Looking for a neat, clean and orderly way to store 50 bottles or more depending on size in the basement and not take up much space. Being this rack is strong and has the additional space, bottles can be stacked on top of each other two to three rows high. Perfect fit for what I was looking for.
This is exactly what I needed in a cold, humid wine room! I had a "over" humidity problem for a while and my wood racks did not hold up. The wire racks are a perfect fit and they were very easy to assemble. The new racks also fit ALL the shapes and sizes of bottles I use!
I needed a wine rack to hold around 80-100 bottles and there was simply nothing that could meet the strength and price of buying two of these racks. Assembly took 5 minutes each and with the adjusting feet, set up perfectly in my basement. Some reviewers have mentioned they wish it could stack - I found a very easy solution. Buy four 1-inch PVC couplers used for soldering / connecting PVC piping! With the top shelf of the bottom rack at the highest "clip point", set the PVC coupler over the remaining 1" of top leg on all four corners. With the top rack at the highest clip point, the coupler cannot possibly slide down (not to mention it is almost a snug fit, anyways). Then position top rack's bottom legs into the four couplers and it becomes stackable and cannot slide off the bottom rack. Total cost is less than a couple of dollars. Then if you want a "chrome finish" look on the white PVC couplers, wrap them with aluminum tape (the stuff used for sealing HVAC and drier venting). CAUTION: a doubled-up rack with 80+ bottles stacked should be fastened to a wall to prevent falling forward despite the sturdiness of my PVC suggestion.