Wine Rack (40-bottle): Natural Wood by JK Adams
With a total of 40 spaces, you won't ever come up short when it comes to storing your favorite wines - an exotic Shiraz, an earthy Pinot Noir or a refined Cab. Store them all in this sturdy, well-made rack. With the bottles in their horizontal positions, the corks stay properly sealed until they're ... See complete description »
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With a total of 40 spaces, you won't ever come up short when it comes to storing your favorite wines - an exotic Shiraz, an earthy Pinot Noir or a refined Cab. Store them all in this sturdy, well-made rack. With the bottles in their horizontal positions, the corks stay properly sealed until they're uncorked and served.
My husband's back still hurts from putting this together days ago. It took both of us and it still wasn't easy. For this price it honestly should be a little simpler to complete. The pegs are a pain to hammer in and the rows are impossible to get perfectly straight. Looks okay but I wouldn't say great, thankfully it is tucked away inside a cabinet. Would not purchase again and definitely do not recommend.
We just put this together a couple of weeks ago. Fit is snug and it holds the bottles well. Only caveat is that the natural finish will require sanding prior to staining (if that is your plan). Unit is solid and very versatile for configuring this to fit your wine storage needs.
Was kind of a pain to put together. However, it works well under my bar in my basement. I would recommend this for someone looking for a practical wine rack.
I just doubled the size of my wine rack with an 40-bottle add -on kit. I'm just as pleased as when I purchased the first one. Fast delivery, easy to assemble, looks great.
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