|Material: Wood||Mount Type: Floor|
|Wine Bottle Capacity: 26||Style: Traditional|
|Design: Column||Display Rows: Yes|
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Worst Wine rack ever produced
Bob the Contractor from Phoenix, AZ
This product is cheaply made with no structural integrity. Just a [$] piece of junk. The rack is put together with finish nails the pre-assembled pieces are tacked together with braid nails and no glue. Just pulling the unit out on the box twisted one of the rails out of square. The redwood is #2 grade at best and measures a mere 1/2 in thickness. This rack is suppose to hold 24 full bottles of wine it can barley support is own weight without falling apart. I had to throw the wine rack in the trash because my homeowner would have fired me if they had seen that piece of junk in there kitchen. As a professional builder I would never recommend this companies wine racks to any customer.
So far so good ! Let's see after is full
Suli from Westfield, NJ– Verified Buyer
The wine celler looks great with lots of storage space.
Not at all what I expected.
Tracy, whose wine still has no home from Conn.– Verified Buyer
I was rather disappointed with this product. It was frustrating to assemble, as none of the holes were predrilled. I would think that a product like this would use screws, due to the weight it needs to support, but instead it only came with small finishing nails. This causes the rack to be rather wobbly, and it leans a bit to one side. To be honest, I would have loved to send it right back, [...] I would *NOT* recommend this product. It was meant to be a birthday gift, but after assembly I was too embarassed of it to give it. Instead it sits (leaning against the wall) in the corner, reminding me that some things are best bought in a brick and mortar store where you can examine for quality and construction before making such an expensive purchase.