The 10 Best Wine Racks
This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in October of 2016. If winding down after a long day includes a glass or two of your favorite vino, then you might be looking for somewhere to store your wine bottles. These racks come in a variety of designs to match any decor and in sizes to meet the needs of everyone from the occasional imbiber to the dedicated oenophile. You'll find selections made using wood, glass, steel, iron, and more. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best wine rack on Amazon.
Mia Wine Rack The Mia Wine Rack is handcrafted from stainless steel, sports a golden finish, and can hold up to eight bottles and eight pieces of stemware. Its durable construction features clean lines that pair well with a minimalist decor, it's easy to clean, and has a maximum load capacity of 31 pounds. anthropologie.com
Harlequin Illusions Pinetti Handmade in Virginia wine country from red oak and hand-finished with Danish oil, the Pinetti Wine Rack by Harlequin Illusions constitutes an excellent statement piece, as it cleverly hides six of the twelve bottles it holds. It's subtle enough to complement rustic design schemes and can serve as a conversation starter. harlequinillusions.com
Wine Enthusiast Personalized A twist on the classic wine jail, the Wine Enthusiast Personalized is crafted from intricately scrolled steel, features a solid wooden top for additional counter space for entertaining, and comes with a padlock and key so that you can ensure its contents are safe from pilferage. It accommodates up to 84 bottles and can be engraved with the initials of your choice. wineenthusiast.com
July 22, 2019:
While we loved the look of the modern Kamenstein Butterfly and the charming touch the LTD Wine Rack brings to a space, we felt that their quality was not quite up to snuff after numerous complaints lodged against their durability. Instead, we added the Sorbus Universal because we felt a budget-friendly model that's meant for the fridge would be convenient for anyone who enjoys white, sparkling, and rose wines chilled, and the J.K. Adams Ash, an attractive, sturdy choice that can hold a whopping forty bottles. We also upgraded the Seville Classics Stackable to its newest iteration.
When it came to construction and materials, we opted for solidly-built stainless steel, wood, metal, and wrought iron materials with protective finishes that weren't too tricky to put together or arrived already assembled. We also favored items with warranties and options that included all the hardware required for assembly, as well as ones that only needed simple tools that anyone would have lying around.
We particularly love the Mango Steam Table Top for its additional counter space, on which you can keep accoutrements such as wine savers and electric openers. This extra function is also a boon in small apartments or crowded rooms.
The Wine Enthusiast Renaissance remains at the top spot thanks to its large capacity, excellent craftsmanship, security functions, and beautiful vintage aesthetic.