Bigger Wine Bottle? No Problem.
It’s like a blessing and a curse. You’ve got more wine, but you’ve got more ‘bottle’ too. That can be really frustrating that your newly purchased bottles of wine just can’t fit into your wine rack. You can’t just have all your pricey bottles of wine lying around without a secure holding place. That’s why we’ve come up with some pretty cool storage ideas for both your Bordeaux-sized bottles and your larger-sized bottles. • Cube Your Collection: The Country Pine Wine Cubes are a great, affordable solution. They’re sturdy, easy to assemble and they’re fit for holding most bottles. You can leave them as is, or stain or paint them to match the interior of your storage are. • Get A Rack: Get yourself a rack that is specifically made to accommodate oversized bottles. A one-column magnum rack is a great buy for 16 of your Champagne or larger Pinot Noir bottles. • Mount A Wall Rack: If you don’t have many oversized bottles, you probably don’t need get a very large holder for them. Why not get a wall rack mounted so you can display them instead? All you have to do is make sure that the rack is securely fastened to the wall, make sure that the bottle necks can fit into the holes and pay careful attention to weight restrictions. • Try A Rack Kit: A wine rack kit isn’t that hard to put together. You can mix and match its components so that you can use it no matter how large or small the space. • Rearrange The Furniture: Pay attention to your home’s temperature and humidity to make sure it isn’t fluctuating. “Le Cache cabinets that hold from 115 bottles and up to collections as large as 622 bottles.” They’re like temperature-monitoring refrigerators than cabinets. Do a little research and see which the best options for you are. We’ve also got a very attractive option for you. If you are looking for professional grade wine storage for your wine collection then give us a call to discuss the climate controlled and secure wine storage options we have available to keep your fine wines safely stored in our wine storage facility in New Jersey.