DetailsDry your wine or bomber bottles & avoid contamination by never having contact on the inside- each tray comes with 12 indented spaces to securely cradle each inverted bottle. Stack multiple racks, saving space and time, with no additional footprint and minimal added set-up time. The FastRack wine combo can hold 24 standard wine bottles or 22oz bomber beer bottles. Includes 2 racks with 1 tray.
FastRack Wine is simply the best drying system for your sanitized bottles and the best rack for safely storing your empty wine bottles. Empty or clean, the bottles are inserted upside down making them secure and uniform. With a drip-collecting tray as the base and stacking capability only limited by your ceiling, FastRack Wine is a revolutionary vertical bottle storing system.
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4.8 / 5.014 ReviewsWorks like a champI got this on sale during the daily deals last week and used it this last weekend. I'd say it helped quite a bit with drying the bottles just prior to filling. It seemed to work better with bottles that had a punted bottom, at least in the four corners that provide support for the next layer of bottles. It's a nice product that I prefer over a typical bottle tree, with the added bonus of storage if you don't already have a solution for that.December 17, 2013CompactI like to clean and sanitize my bottles as I use them. This fast rack lets me do this, so that all my bottles are ready when my wine is mature. Its compact and takes up less space than a tree and is comparable to the space needed by a case of wine. I stack a few of these and the bottles are all ready and out of the way._x000D_February 7, 2014FastRack for wine bottlesThis made draining and drying bottles on bottling day much easier to use than the dishwasher rack that we had been using. While it doesn't hold a lot of beer bottles, it worked for that as well...being able to drain them while waiting to be filled.February 12, 2014Just what I neededCompact way to store wine bottles and a good way to sanitize and dry them. It helps a lot even if it looks low tech (it is).February 15, 2014Great Drying Rack!This is a great tool for drying your wine/beer bottles and anything else you can think of. I use it to dry my hydrometers, test jars, beakers, spoons, thermometer etc. as well as bottles. This is a well-built rack and fits together nicely. My only complaint is that it seems over priced for a couple pieces of plastic, but when I bought mine I got a free case of wine bottles, so that eased the pain a bit.January 28, 2015The bottle drying flatWhen my tree is full this is the next dryer, only because the tree sits over a drain. The drying flat is handier when I have space available and I go straight to it when I have filled the other one. It is great for wine bottles; better than the tree and it can sit next to the corker, ready to go.September 9, 2015great idea when cleaning and drying bottlesI'll sometmes clean 2 cases of 750ml. The drying rack allows for all bottles to dry. You can also add 4l bottles as well.January 6, 2017Purchased
1 year agoEasy PeasyFastback makes cleaning/sterilizing my wine bottles easy and efficient. I grab them from the Fastback stack as I bottle. Once you try it you'll love it. :-) I ordered another tray and a couple more racks. With two trays the bottles have time to drain in the tray before stacking. Otherwise they drip in the recess of the bottles below leaving small pools of water that take time to dry or paper towel to absorb. Two trays should eliminate that annoyance. :-)January 17, 2016Time saverSpacing is great. Some racks claim to hold more bottles but my bottles won't fitJuly 29, 2016
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 12 answersWill this rack hold 750ml champagne bottles?Will this hold 1.5 liter bottles?BEST ANSWER: As long as the diameter of the bottle is equal-ish to a standard wine bottle, then sure. Height is no problem. The bottles won't fit together with a full rack unless they are of a fairly standard size.how many 'stacks' can you make before it becomes unstable?BEST ANSWER: It will first depend on your bottles. If they are punted and identical bittles, then you could safely go four high. If bottles are not punted and or are not identical, two would be your limit.