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Easily adjust the size and configuration of your wine collection with this 12-bottle*, stackable hardwood rack! Designed to fit securely one on top of the other for space-saving storage. Strong, weighty hardwood allows you to stack from floor to ceiling safely.
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Why did you choose this?
Wine Enthusiast Store
Great fro wine bottle storage
Daniel A on Aug 29, 2015
matches previous purchase
Victoria P on Apr 15, 2015
Great fro wine bottle storage
Daniel A on Aug 29, 2015
I have many of them, love them, and needed two more for my cellar. They are easy to assemble and the price is perfect!
David H on Jun 8, 2015
matches previous purchase
Victoria P on Apr 15, 2015
I already have several of these units and I love them!
Mike G on Jan 21, 2015
Bought one and want another for more counter storage
Larry P on Jan 5, 2015
I love these racks. I bought the combo set over a year ago and need more wine storage. They are made well and stack very good.
Kiersten G on Dec 19, 2014
son and daughter in law have wine racks like this one and wanted to match
John H on Dec 6, 2014
appears sturdy and flexiable for various locations. Like the idea of stacking as an option as well
Belinda J on Nov 23, 2014
fits existing space; prefer wood over wire construction
Bobbi S on Oct 27, 2014
I like this color, and the style is easier to view my wines and to store them.
Carey G on Sep 23, 2014
convenient size, portability, and can add or subtract
Liane L on Aug 6, 2014
Looks and price
Kasey F on Jun 12, 2014
I have previous purchased them
Steve S on Jun 4, 2014
I have many of them, love them, and needed two more for my cellar. They are easy to assemble and the price is perfect!
David H on Jun 8, 2015
I already have several of these units and I love them!
Mike G on Jan 21, 2015
Could this itme be wall mounted? I would like to put the product on a wall and have stools under it. Is the product back(backboard) strong enough wood to put screws through it into studs mounted with lag bolts (maybe 6 or 8 bolts into studs that are wood) to hold the 12 bottles and rack?
Wino Witted on Dec 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. I suppose this could be anchored to the wall but one would need to be very careful as each bottle weighs 3 lbs. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us at 800 356 8466. Best
What are the dimensions?
null on Apr 19, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. The dimensions of the 12 bottle cube stack wine rack are
15-1/2"H x 18-7/8"W x 10-9/16"D. If you have any further questions, feel free to call a Storage Consultant at 800 377 3330. Thank you again.
Customer Reviews

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Not as nice as it looks
Although this product looks nice in the end, the quality is not worth the cost and time to assemble. Directions are vague and holes in wood do not always match up, making it easy to break the wood.
January 6, 2011
Good storage
This is not the easiest thing to assemble, but it really isn't very different from many other furniture kits in that characteristic. I believe the assembly diagram that comes with it has some minor errors in terms of the orientation of a couple of the pieces (specifically C and E), so I would advise you to look over the entire procedure BEFORE assembling anything. If you do that, it will be obvious as to how C and E must be oriented. Once you have put one together, it is a lot easier to put together subsequent units. The end product is very sturdy. While it won't be confused with fine furniture, it looks OK; in fact, it looks fine if you don't get too close to it. I'm using them on an open bottom shelf of a unit I have, and they look great there. Personally, I think they are a bit overpriced for what you get,[...]My advice on the back is to ignore the holes on the unit. It isn't that difficult to drive a screw into those pieces of wood and you really don't need the little "dots" they've put on the unit for that purpose anyway. I think you should put the back on because it adds additional stability to the unit. Although I'm not stacking mine, it looks like they would stack well because of a male/female arrangement on the top/bottom of the units. I like the way way they hold the bottles. Overall, I am satisfied with them.
December 7, 2010
looks nice
Very difficult to assemble
August 5, 2012
Wine Rack Review
Delivery was excellent, arrived in good condition.
January 15, 2013
difficult to assemble
Much more assembly required than expected, not worth the price for the work needed.

Complex arrangement of pre-drilled holes were wrong size, wrong location, or missing entirely. Without a background in woodworking to make up for the poor work at the factory, we would not have gotten this together at all. We could use more of these in the space we have, but for the work required I'll build my own before buying this again.
July 30, 2012
Difficult assembly
VERY difficult and time consuming to assemble.
I WILL NOT recommend or buy another
July 29, 2013
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Too much wizz and not enough bang!
Delivery of the product was very prompt, and it arrived in perfect condition.
January 27, 2010
difficult to assemble
most disappointed with the difficulty of assembly
I ordered multiple ones and some doll rods were different sizes and difficult to put in
March 13, 2011
Reasonable Priced
Mislabeled parts and rudimentary instruction proved difficult in assembling this product correctly the first time.
June 13, 2011
Nice design but hard to assemble
I bought 4 stack-able cubes: 2 of the regular wine holder, 1 of the ones with the x and one of the glass holders. When I went to assemble them, one of the regular cubes and the glass holder cube broke (the wood split quite badly when screwing in a screw). I ordered one of each again. The second time, I was incredibly careful and the glass holder split again.
June 14, 2011