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|Finish: Natural||Material: Wood|
|Mount Type: Floor||Wine Bottle Capacity: 66|
|Style: Traditional||Design: Column|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Flimsy wine rack
Matthew from Grasonville, MD– Verified Buyer
The rack requires you to construct with nails and they unfortunately have a tendency to split the wood and/or have difficulty going into the thin wood frame at spots, especially where there is little resistance from the wood frame. The instructions are pretty poor and the final construction leaves the top of the rack unusable unless you want to risk having your wine roll off. the base and one other row (where the support bar goes) leave the wine somewhat stable, but not as much as I'd like. Also, we paid extra for the redwood but it still looks unfinished and much like a garage project. I definitely would not buy this again. If you want something that you can keep out as a display, spend the extra money to get something pre-built with a nice finish. If you're just looking for rack to hold wine out of sight, this would work but consider that it likely only holds 60 bottles safely.
Be careful with the nails
Bud from Greensboro, NC– Verified Buyer
This is a little nicer than a standard pine type of wine rack. However, I was expecting to use screws to put this together (since it was nicer than pine) but it came with nails. I had several areas where the nails split the wood. If I had it to do over, I would have put my own screws into it from the start.
Valued Customer from North Carolina– Verified Buyer