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Vintner Series Wine Rack - 10 Column Individual

 

$451.95

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These wine racks may be stacked on top of one another to reach a height starting at 95 1/16", and with multiple molding packages may go as high as 104 5/16", as well as multiple heights in between.
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Simple design. Right size.
Emmett C S on Jun 1, 2015
Matches other racks in my cellar
Richard R on Dec 28, 2014
Simple design. Right size.
Emmett C S on Jun 1, 2015
Building a wine room at our new acquisition-Malibu Beach Inn-

I was short two racks to complete the room. Looks fantastic.
Simon M on May 22, 2015
Matches other racks in my cellar
Richard R on Dec 28, 2014
Seemed a reasonable price and my first choice was too tall for the space.
PETER M on Dec 9, 2014
moving and need space for my wines.
Brent H on May 12, 2014
Building a wine room at our new acquisition-Malibu Beach Inn-

I was short two racks to complete the room. Looks fantastic.
Simon M on May 22, 2015
Seemed a reasonable price and my first choice was too tall for the space.
PETER M on Dec 9, 2014
I would like to store around 200 bottles and I like the vintner series wine rack 10 column. What is the width and height of the 10 column?
Craig S on Aug 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Craig. The unit I purchased is different from the picture that is shown. The one that I purchased measures 46" wide by 47" tall. I stacked one unit on top of the other to make it look like the unit that is shown in this picture. I love these wine racks. They are very sturdy and can hold lots of weight as long as they are bolted to your wall.
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Works as advertized
Should have come with screws rather than nails
March 17, 2009