3 Countertop Wine Racks That Look Great in Your Kitchen
When your favorite bottles are within reach, everything feels more organized.
As Billy Joel says, “a bottle of red, a bottle of white, perhaps a bottle of rosé instead?” It’s OK to want a variety of wine in your house so you can pair with your moods and your meals. The issue, however, is where to store them all! While an in-home wine cellar probably isn’t an option for most of us, a countertop storage rack is a good compromise. It can safely, seamlessly and stylishly store and display all your best bottles for an easy view of—and easier access to—whatever you want to uncork each night.
Countertop Wine Rack - 9 Bottle Wine Holder for Wine Storage
The hexagon holders in this rack store up to nine bottles—seven slots for standard wine bottles and two slots on top for oversize bottles such as Champagne. We love that it’s sleek, modern and even makes a terrific centerpiece for your next dinner party. It’s made from high-quality iron with a powder-coating finish, making it scratch-resistant and durable. Best of all, the unique design easily blends with any decor, from modern to rustic.
Oceanstar 12-Bottle Bamboo Wine Rack
This sleek rack holds up to 12 bottles, each ideally positioned to age wine—keeping the cork moist and swelled limits air contact with the wine inside. The contemporary design is a real conversation starter.
PAG 7 Bottles Free Standing Countertop Metal Wine Rack
This circular, metal wine rack can easily sit on a counter, table, shelf or open cabinet. It fits up to seven standard bottles and gives your wine the place of honor it deserves at dinner parties. Though you might think the circular style would be unsturdy, it’s structured to prevent wobbling, tilting and falling.
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