Choose from our classic premium wine cellar rack series, ranging in size from 12 to 110 bottles. Available in black mahogany, black onyx, natural, rustic hardwood finishes.
The measurements of the fully assembled wine rack are:
- 3x3 configurations (12 Bottles): 12.81"W x 12.81"H | 325W x 325H mm
- 4x4 configurations (20 Bottles): 16.55"W x 16.55"H | 420W x 420H mm
- 6x6 configurations (42 Bottles): 24.03"W x 24.03"H | 610W x 610H mm
- 8x8 configurations (72 Bottles): 31.52"W x 31.52"H | 800W x 800H mm
- 10x10 configurations (110 Bottles): 39.01"W x 39.01"H | 990W x 990H mm
- 10x11 configurations (120 Bottles): 39.01"W x 42.72"H | 990W x 1085H mm
Depth: 9.26" (235mm) for all classic wine racks
This stylish wine rack comes in a variety of options to suit your decor.
Available Timber Colors: Natural Finish, Dark Mahogany Finish, Black Onyx Finish and Rustic (Hardwood) Finish
Note: The dimensions of each hole are 95x95 mm, so it will fit most of the bottles, but unfortunately, it will not fit all bottles in the market. If your bottle is larger or wider, then it will likely not fit.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hi there. Can we assemble the rack in a different configuration than intended? For example could we make a 3x5 rack out of the 4x4 pack? We are trying to fit a rack into a particular space. Thanks.Hi Tonia,
Custom-built implies you may choose the dimensions of the rack. You cannot order racks of smaller dimensions (for example 1x1 configuration) and piece them together manually.
The wine racks come in two parts: timber rack and metal piecesYou could cut the metal pieces shorter to fit the space. But you can not make it longer. It does not like the lego that you can make it any size or shape.Thanks,
Dear Sir/Madam, I am interested in knowing more about the type of wood used in the different types of 'Classic Timber Wine Racks': https://www.kingsbottle.com.au/collections/wine-racks/products/classic-timber-wine-rack?variant=31956666810483 I am weighing the following three options: (1) natural finish, (2) mahogany finish and (3) rustic hardwood finish. In terms of the quality of wood, I wondered which of the above three options has the highest quality? I'm assuming that the natural finish wood uses basic pine wood? Does the mahogany finish use real mahogany wood? I get the impression that the rustic hardwood uses actual hardwood? Thank you. Kind regards, Paul
Rustic Hardwood Finish is the best quality.
Please refer to the details of the timber slats
Natural Finish: solid pine wood
Mahogany Finish: solid pine wood with brown oil painted
Black Finish: solid pine wood with black oil painted
Rustic Hardwood Finish: solid Mahogany wood
Got thus for my husband, and he loves it 🥰
I would highly recommend the Timber Wine Rack if you are looking for some wine storage options. By far this is one of the best wine racks we have ever owned. The sleek and stylish look is awesome!!!!!!
Happy with the purchase and help i received assembling it. I would caution DIYers to take their time and care while assembling larger configurations otherwise the project can devolve into a frustrating frenzy of whack-a-mole.
Well packaged. Made it easy.
This is a great product easy to assemble very sturdy and with the connector clips it makes it so easy to build the wine rack that suits your specific needs.
Fantastic product, great company to deal with, fast shipping item description was 100%accurate great communication and step you through the exact steps to help you build the perfect product.
Oh and it looks fantastic as well.
Highly recommend this company to deal with 100%.