"What types of wine bottles will it hold? Burgundy and champagne bottles? or a smaller bordeaux size bottle?"
This is a nice quality constructed wine rack. I decided to finish it with a mahogany min-wax stain/sealer vs leaving it bare redwood. Assembly was fairly easy, you do have to nail it together, so if you aren't handy, it might take you longer to assemble. Also, due to the height, you do need to secure this to the wall to prevent tipping. Especially if you have climbing children around. I started with one of the smaller racks and need more space as the wine collection has expanded. Other sizes are available that match the rack, so you can customize your wine cellar....
Redwood 6-foot 136-bottle Wine Rack
ITEM#: 13729960Display your wine collection in this easy-to-assemble redwood wine rack. This redwood wine rack is designed to be quickly and easily assembled in just a few minutes with only a hammer and screwdriver, resulting in a wine rack with handcrafted appeal and storage space for 136 bottles of your finest wine. The wood is unfinished, showcasing the natural beauty of the redwood.
- Made in California
- Constructed of clear, unfinished redwood
- Stores up to 136 bottles
- Spacer blocks and nails are included
- Measure 70.25 inches high x 33.75 inches wide x 12.5 inches deep
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|Model Number||6' 8 Bottle Wide|
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We purchased this wine rack to place under our stairs in a hall closet. It was a great, simple addition to our home. Was easy to assemble, seems to be of a higher quality, and looks nice enough to even display in the home. We are very impressed and would recommend.Read More
This wine rack is made of quality wood. It is very nice when fully assembled but must be nailed together. The wood strips are cut and ready for assembly but it does take many hours of labor to nail it all together.Read More
This is a nice quality constructed wine rack. I decided to finish it with a mahogany min-wax stain/sealer vs leaving it bare redwood. Assembly was fairly easy, you do have to nail it together, so if you aren't handy, it might take you longer to assemble. Also, due to the height, you do need to secure this to the wall to prevent tipping. Especially if you have climbing children around. I started with one of the smaller racks and need more space as the wine collection has expanded. Other sizes are available that match the rack, so you can customize your wine cellar.Read More
Was a little time consuming to assemble and takes 2 people. But it was worth it.Read More
I probably wouldn't have purchased this item if I would have been able to see it first. I think the quality is totally unremarkable. There is nothing wrong with it--it just isn't a wow by any stretch. That said, I shopped high and low for a similar product and couldn't find anything of this size even close to this price. It looks and functions like the picture. The item certainly requires some skill and a nail gun to assemble. It took two experienced men about 2 hours, but the directions were accurate and the parts all fit like they should. This may be as good as it gets for the price--but I would certainly check out all your other options before taking the leap.Read More
Questions & Answers
The slots on this rack holds bottles up to 3.375inches in diameter.
"Does the rack need to be affixed to the wall, or is it safe and sturdy standing on the floor?"
Hello lauren212, I couldn't find whether it needs to be secured to the wall or not in the instructions, but it couldn't hurt. Thank you for shopping with us.
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