Wine racks, whether ready-made or flat packed for self assembly, are made to be versatile and strong using solid wood blocks and 18-gauge bright galvanised steel.They are robust and durable and provide convenient wine storage, but they can also be visually attractive and interesting items of furniture in their own right. Even when empty, they can be surprisingly appealing in an architectural way.
Most hardwood wine racks are constructed from quality materials and are available in a variety of stains and finishes, including oiled or waxed effects. The most popular selections tend to be Black Walnut, White American Oak, Maple, Douglas Fir or Ash.Softwood racks are generally built from grade 'A' furniture pine and it's these softwood products that are usually supplied 'flat-pack' for self assembly.These wine racks too are available in a number of stain effects such as Light Oak, Yew, Red Mahogany, Rosewood, Dark Oak, Weathered Oak and Black Ash.Matching plinths are also available for a range of free standing hardwood and softwood racks.
In the commercial sector, counter top wine racks offer an ideal combination of storage and display, holding bottles securely in a unit that functions as an effective counter top Point-Of-Sale system.These counter top units come in variety of styles such as stainless steel or wooden finishes and will hold from six to nine bottles. They provide easy access for serving staff and some even have matching glassware, so together they can enhance the ambiance of any bistro, wine bar or restaurant.
For both the business user and the more advanced and dedicated wine enthusiast with larger volume requirements, a wine cooler or wine fridge from major manufacturers such as Dometic, Liebherr, Transtherm, Artevino and Caple can also be both practical and stylish.Many feature glass fronts, so the wine collection can be seen without compromising the temperature.
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