YOU WILL FIND HERE ALL OUR BOTTLE HOLDERS, THESE DECORATIVE STORAGE ITEMS THAT WILL ADD A PRESENCE TO YOUR WINES. PRESENTATION IS IMPORTANT BEFORE TASTING!
If you are looking for an attractive conversation piece, these bottle holders are made for you! Many sommeliers and wine lovers place these bottle holders on the counter of the table so that their guests can enjoy their glass of wine while talking about the original design of these bottle holders.
The bottle rack is an ideal kitchen accessory to keep your wine bottles close at hand. It is a functional storage system that adapts to any type of interior. From the shelf of your kitchen to the wall of your tasting room, our bottle racks will sublimate your precious wines.
Find the best bottle rack for your cellar, your table art, or your wall shelf. A storage space that allows you to keep an eye on the bottle or the great vintages you own.
THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BOTTLE HOLDERS
TABLE WINE BOTTLE HOLDER
Many wine enthusiasts like simple wine bottle holders because they provide an attractive topic of conversation while their guests are enjoying wine.
VERTICAL WINE BOTTLE HOLDERS
Some options for wine racks for small spaces include those that store bottles vertically so that they are right against the wall. This saves the essential space occupied by traditional bookcase wine racks. Other wine racks store wine bottles alternating along a long column, which saves space and gives your wine rack an attractive appearance.
HANGING WINE BOTTLE RACKS
Other wine racks are suspended from a shelf and leave space for the storage of stemmed glasses under the shelf. Imagine having your wine glasses hanging right under your wine and how convenient it is! They don't need to occupy their own corner of the room. You may also want to use the space under your hanging cabinet. This will not only save space but will also create a stylish look in small kitchens. Make sure the wine rack is placed at the right height for easy access.
WALL-MOUNTED WINE RACKS
Fill this white wall of your home with wall-mounted wine racks. On the market, you can choose from different models. You can opt for built-in wall-mounted wine racks with a pedestal glass storage to free up space in your kitchen cabinets. Floating wine racks are also available. These are just a few ways to integrate a wine rack or two into your limited space. The beauty of the wine rack industry is that there are literally thousands of models to choose from, and at least one of them will surely fit perfectly into your small space allocation.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT METAL OR WOOD BOTTLE RACK
Vibration is the enemy of good wine. Wooden wine racks can add a rustic touch to the decor of your wine cellar, but they can be dangerous for your precious bottles. That's because wood can't marry the body of the bottles as easily as metal, so the vibrations might be more conducive with wood. A wooden rack still provides extra protection for your wine bottle holder and a perfect design for wine lovers. Bottle racks or a metal wall bracket are sturdy. They hold the vintages horizontally so that the wine is always in contact with the neck to keep the cork moist.
PINEWOOD WINE RACKS
The cheapest type of wood for wine racks is pine. Another advantage of pine is that it can be stained with a color that matches any type of wood finish. This can coordinate well with your other furniture and upholstery.
WALNUT WOOD WINE RACKS
Walnut is a very popular wood to be used in the construction of wine racks, wine shelves, personalized rooms, and wine cellars. It is resistant to warping, swelling, and moisture decay. To prevent mold growth and deterioration caused by temperature fluctuations, walnut is often stained and lacquered. It is a wood of choice for many high-end wine storage models.
METAL BOTTLE HOLDER
Metal wine racks offer a contemporary alternative to wooden wine racks. The possibilities with metal are endless. When buying metal wine racks, make sure the construction is solid. Apart from that, you have a wide range of choices, from ornate designs to elegant and modern styles. Metal wine racks can potentially add sophistication, style, and a distinctly artistic touch to your wine cellar.
There is no reason to limit the type of material used to store wine, as long as the structure is solid and will not bend or break, causing damage to your wine collection. You can find glass wine racks, plastic wine racks, and perhaps other materials used to store wine. It's all a matter of taste and preference.
A SIMPLE SPACE-SAVING TRICK
You don't need to hire a cellar contractor to build a massive storage unit for your wines if you want extra space to walk around your cellar. Mount a wall-mounted bottle rack on the wall, you will save space without hiding your bottles from the view of your guests. Storing your bottles in a bottle rack doubles your storage capacity without sacrificing floor space, wall space, or visibility. The best way to store your bottles is by associating similar vintages, such as those from the same crate or those with the same vintage or regional theme. Even if you can't see the bottle lying closest to the wall directly, you can see the bottle in front of it, which will be either the same bottle or the same date of consumption. This will tell you at a glance when you should drink both bottles in that row. Labels also help with a two-bottle organization.
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