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Technical Tuesday Episode #448: WineMaker x Traditional Series Combos

October 22nd, 2019

What’s up, wine cellar fans? Are you enjoying the Fall season so far? One of the things we love about this season is all the fun Fall fashion we get to see. Layering is a must during this time of the year. And getting creative with how you put on your layers is part of the fun. Wine cellar projects are kind of like that, too. Only it’s “combos” instead of layers! We love playing around with different racking combinations to come up with stunning arrangements. Today, we’ll show you how it’s done with this project that utilizes not just two but three different racking series:

Project # 273553
Wood: Custom / Winemaker / Traditional / Premium Redwood
Bottle Capacity: 1214
Where: Cincinnati, OH
Stain: Dark Walnut

Combo racking in Dark Walnut StainOur client’s wine room is as elegant as they come. But thanks to working with “combos,” the price tag is not a luxurious one. The racking arrangement is actually a combination of custom pieces and units from our Traditional and WineMaker Series. Both our Traditional and WineMaker Series are comprised of shallow-depth wine racks. These racks will display your bottles with the necks sticking out. There is no compromise whatsoever as to the safety of the bottles despite the shorter depth. The carefully crafted square-cut rails ensure proper bottle security. However, because of the shorter depth, the racks are cheaper in terms of manufacturing cost. This makes them more affordable. So combining them with custom units is easier on the budget.

WineMaker and Traditional SeriesSome might be apprehensive about combining custom pieces with the “kits,” though. You might think that this will either downgrade the quality of the racking arrangement or ruin its symmetry. Fortunately, we’ve got a whole photo gallery of proof that that’s not the case. Our wine rack kits carry quality products that can conveniently be integrated with other wine cellar furniture or decor. If you look at the photos of clients’ wine room, you can’t even tell that not all of the units were custom-made. That’s because with our kits, you are also given a bevy of options, from the wood down to the stains and finishes. Redwood and Grand Mahogany, for example, are top-dollar wood options that are available with most of our kits. So why break the bank when you can achieve your wine cellar goals at a price you can afford! *Cheers*



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