Different Wine Cellar Design Rack Options

For wine enthusiasts everywhere, it is not just about the act of drinking wine but also enjoying the countless exotic tastes you encounter in your lifetime. Many vino fans enjoy seeing the copious amounts of different bottle shapes, the different designs on each label, and so on. But what do you do if your love of wine becomes so substantial that your collection of wine bottles starts to overcrowd your kitchen or the overflowing drinks cabinet in your dining room?
For some, a wine cellar is a prudent choice because it is a great way to highlight your love of wine as well as an excellent way to find an eye-catching way to show off your plentiful wine supply. In addition, a luxury wine cellar can help you to store your bottles at an optimum temperature in a horizontal position. The tilted wine storage method ensures that the sediment stays at the base of the bottle while also guaranteeing that the cork does not become moist; as this will cause the cork to shrink and air to eventually affect the wine inside. The best conditions for long-term storage are a stable temperature between 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Here is a list of the basic design options you can choose from if you want a wine cellar installation for your home or place of business.
Standard Wine Rack Shelving - Typically constructed from cost-effective woods that are available in a variety of different grain patterns, stain colors and finishes, wine rack shelves almost always store each bottle in a horizontal position, as mentioned above. Wood options include mahogany, pine and redwood.
Double-deep Racks - Supplying maximum storage capacity for your bottles, these racks are, as their name suggests, for those who want to store two bottles in the same spot. This design choice is just the thing for wine lovers who have accumulated larger-than-normal-sized bottles in their collection.
Double-deep Racks - Supplying maximum storage capacity for your bottles, these racks are, as their name suggests, for those who want to store two bottles in the same spot. This design choice is just the thing for wine lovers who have accumulated larger-than-normal-sized bottles in their collection.
Stackable Racks - The perfect space-saver! The "stack and store" method caters to those who do possess sufficient space but still requires somewhere to store lots of different bottles of wine. Stackable storage racks are characteristically highly durable and versatile, and can be used to minimize clutter while providing a space-efficient way of displaying your assortment of alcoholic beverages.
Waterfall Racks - The name of this rack comes from its shape, which runs diagonally downward from a high pinnacle top. This type of rack is specifically manufactured for anyone wanting to store their wine under the stairs or in areas of your cellar that have only a limited amount of space.
Corner Racks - If you want to make the most of your space in the best possible way, corner wine racks neatly fit into the angles of any cellar, so you can take advantage of every bit of space available.
Countertop Racks and Wine Tables - Both of these options are designed more for those who want to have wine storage options installed in their own kitchen as opposed to being placed in a cellar. Countertop wine racks are designed for those who want their bottles at an off-floor level that isn't too high to interfere with any surrounding kitchen cabinets, spice racks, dinner plate holders, cooking appliances, and so on. Wine tables can be customized to any size as well as doubling up as an attractive piece of furniture for day-to-day dining room use.
For those who are keen to get into the intoxicatingly wonderful world of wine, it can be a rather galling and bewildering experience at first, especially if you are not aware of the various storage options that are available. But hopefully the above wine rack options may be just what you are looking for!

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