Professionally store your wine in style with this limited edition diagonal Timber Wine Rack from Wine Stash.
This all inclusive system is delivered Pre-Assembled requiring no assembly at home. This proprietary wine storage solution will compliment any Residential or Commercial Kitchen, Cellar, Restaurant or Bar.
The fully assembled measurements of this wine rack are:
With a total capacity of 28 bottles including 3 bottles along the top row.
This Wine Rack is available in a Natural Finish, Dark Mahogany Finish and a Black Onyx Finish to help you match the decor of any room.
This 28 Bottle Wine Rack from Wine Stash has been engineered to store your wine just off horizontal. Ensuring,
The Cork will stay in partial contact with the wine, helping it remain moist, and not dry out - Meaning your wine will last longer!
Entrapped air, formed by the wine’s ullage will remain on top of the bottle, allowing for a slower and more gradual maturation and oxidation process - Helping to preserve your wines complexity & character!
Included free of charge is a full set of Neck Protector Clips. These simply attach to the wine rack, preventing the bottle from scratching. This modular wine rack can also be very easily connected to other wine racks with a set of connector clips. Enabling you to very quickly increase your wine storage capacity with this versatile wine rack.
This limited edition wine rack is currently only available pre-assembled. Delivered in a large box, the wine rack requires no at-home assembly and simply only needs to be unboxed.
Wine Stash is a 100% Australian owned company. Did you know:
This Wine Rack is made from 100% sustainably sourced New Zealand Timber.
Everything from design to manufacturing to delivery is 100% Carbon Neutral.
All of our Wine Racks are assembled by hand here in Sydney, Australia.
You can customise your wine rack into any shape and size here.
In addition Wine Stash will plant a tree on your behalf for every wine rack sold at WineStash.com.au. Help us reach our target of planting 1 Million trees throughout Australia in 2021.