DetailsThe Vinland 120 Bottle Wine Rack is constructed from solid, natural pine and are modular as well as stackable. These wine racks are grouped into families of different widths but similar heights, allowing you to mix and match to build your wine cellar. Vinland Wine Racks are free standing, and will hold a variety of different bottle sizes. Their wide foot print makes them extremely stable, and the two step assembly that requires just a screwdriver is finished in a snap. Holds 120 bottles per rack.
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Wood Type Pine Stain Color Unstained
5.0 / 5.025 ReviewsLarge CapacityIt holds a lot of wine, and it's easy to see what I have in stock the way it's laid out. It may be considered low end, but it meets my needs.December 19, 2013Great BargainThis wine rack is easy to assemble and seems sturdy. I stained all of my individual pieces before assembly and it looks GREAT! I was concerned about the grooves being too shallow to really hold the wine bottle in place well, but it does a fine job. We make our own wine and need tons of storage for all of our bottles. It is nice that you can add matching racks as your collection grows.July 2, 2014Easy to assembleIt holds a lot of wine and the price is great.February 4, 2014Holds many bottlesIt inexpensive, and easy to put together, and It's big and holds many bottles of wine.April 5, 2014Great wine storage racksThese are great. Highly recommend. I purchased three sets of these and the are wonderful. Easy to put together too. CheersJanuary 6, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGood stable wine rack to expand storage capacityGreat price, easy to assemble, stable racking that you can add modules to as you need. Everything needed to assemble was included except a screwdriver.January 24, 2016Great ValueUpon opening the package my inital thought was that the rack would not be robust enough to hold 120 bottles. As I assembled it I realized I was wrong. It fit together snugly, which is what it needed to in order to be rigid. The unit was packed well, the assembly was easy, and the instructions were clear. Today it sits loaded up with no issues. I would reccomend this to anyone and will most likely get another as I make more vino.December 9, 2012Holds a lotIts easy to assemble, didn't cost an arm and a let, and it holds a lot of wine. Its ideal for my wine cellar (i.e. workroom where I store wine).November 14, 2013Nice rackeasy to assemble and holds all the wine and mead that I make. Noit bad looking either!August 2, 2016
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Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 18 answersDoes this hold champagne bottles and large white wine bottles? (That is mostly what I keep.BEST ANSWER: As these racks are open-backed there is really no restriction of the length of the bottle that will fit. The slots are far enough apart to handle champagne bottles. We have four of these these racks stacked side-by-side and two high attached with brackets to 2x3 horizontal wooden strips screwed into the wall. I recommend that you mount one of your longest bottles in the assembled rack and use that to determine the correct distance between the back of the rack and the wall. That will tell you whether you will need to use 2X3, 2X4, or some other dimension of lumber between the back of the rack and the wall. If you are only stacking one-high you may be tempted not to affix the rack to the wall, but I wouldn't take the risk as a small child would easily topple the loaded free-standing rack if he or she attempted to climb it.What is the best stain to use?BEST ANSWER: I didn't stain mine, but Minwax is a good quality stain for pine. Oil based is tougher to work with but leaves a nicer more durable finish. Pick the color that best suites your taste.What are the dimensions of this rack?BEST ANSWER: The dimensions of the product are as follows: 44" (w) x 48" (h) x 12" (d). However, when you have wine bottles on the rack, the depth can vary by the size of the wine bottle - typically, 13 - 14".Does this hold champagne bottles?BEST ANSWER: Hi there, it can hold wine bottles. Cheers!