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The Face Off Round II: WineMaker vs. Traditional Redwood

August 22nd, 2011

Hello again, wine enthusiasts! So how did you guys enjoy Round I of the Face Off between Vintner and Designer wine racks? I felt like hitting the PSP and pulling out an all-nighter again after that article! Well brace yourselves for Round II today as we square off the ever space-efficient and cost-effective WineMaker Series Collection with the timeless elegance of Traditional Redwood Wine Racks. We’re in for an exciting match!

No cutting corners with WineMaker!

There are three amazing words to describe this collection: space-efficient, cost-efficient, and affordable. Indeed, the WineMaker series manages to combine of all these fantastic features that make building custom wine cellars quite an inspiring endeavor.

 

WineMaker wine racks boast of excellent craftsmanship and come in different wood varieties which showcase both durability and style. The racks come in individual racking options and bulk storage as well, for an economical yet chic wine racking system. While it lacks the versatility of Vintner and the compelling aesthetic appeal of Vintner, this collection can hold its own against the others because it can provide you with an organized and custom feel to your wine cellar at the most affordable cost.

 

In terms of space-efficiency, WineMaker scores double points, thanks to the super flexible wine racks that can be stacked one on top of the other to accommodate just about any ceiling height. Plus, Curved Corner wine racks are also available in this series, providing just the right solutions to evening out those clumsy corners, nooks, and crannies in your wine cellar. Check out some of the superbly-crafted pieces from this collection and see why bargain-hunters consider WineMaker to be definitely top dollar:

Now how’s the health bar on Traditional Redwood? Is it a KO, thanks to the triple combo by WineMaker? Let’s find out!

Ravishing results with Traditional Redwood!

Since custom wine cellars are indeed the next home fashion icon, a wine cellar project has to be geared towards creating “THAT” wine cellar and not just “a” wine cellar. In realizing such a seemingly expensive dream, Traditional Redwood Wine Racks provide all the essential answers. With this collection, you can create a totally personalized look for your wine cellar at off the rack prices!

 

Now Premium Redwood is one of the best picks when it comes to wood choice for custom wine cellars so that gives this collection a winning edge when it comes down to the crunch. In this collection, the beauty of Premium Redwood is showcased in the most outstanding way possible, with high-quality wine racks that are custom-built for a custom price:

 

  • The wine cellar and rack component in this series are 72″ high, 8 3/4″ deep for easy assemblage, thanks to the wine cellar rack kits that screw together in a most convenient manner.
  • The wine rack kits include special braces for easier assembly and attachment, allowing you to maximize the depth of your space in your wine cellar.
  • Wine racks are designed to accommodate wine bottles that are 2 ¾” to 3 ¼” in diameter with provisions for extra-large, magnum-sized wine bottles.
  • The racks are structurally designed to accommodate additional wine storage above racking and all hardware is included in the kit.

 

Because Premium Redwood is a wood choice that easily lends itself to stains and finishes, the wine racks can further be prettified to create an assortment of styles, from the usual classic touch, a soft, romantic feel, or a more vibrant mood with our selection of custom stains and finishes. Score maximum hit points with these fab numbers:

So who do you think scores the KO-blow with a triple-hit combo in this round? Well, it’s three-on-three for both WineMaker and Redwood bringing it to a definite tie again! Because the real winners are actually your wine cellars, all thanks to the wonderful wine cellar rack kits here at Wine Cellar Innovations. Whether its function or style or both, your wine cellar is sure to be a knockout winner in the wine cellar game. Last installment of the Face Off series coming up next so see you all next blog!

Wine Rack Kits To Die For: The Traditional Redwood Series (Part III of III)

November 1st, 2010

A look at Wine Cellar Innovation’s different wine rack versions for various needs, tastes, and budgets!

By now you already know that we just can’t stop talking about and creating wine racks. They are, after all, the home of our precious wines!

Last week we talked about our Designer Series collection, and before that, our Vintner Series collection. Don’t forget to check them out after you read today’s feature on Traditional Wine Racks.

You’re sure to find the perfect wine rack for you, with all the wine rack kits options we have on our website.

Traditional Redwood Wine Racks

What better way to combine and mix wine racks to develop your own personalized custom home wine cellar?

Our Traditional Series features Redwood wine racks, and all wine cellar and rack components are 72″ high, 8 3/4″ deep and come in easy to assemble kits which screw together. These racks allow you to enjoy the customized look of premium clear redwood without the custom price.

And you know you’ll never go wrong with Redwood — no other wood wine rack offers both beauty and durability, as well as ease of installation. This Redwood wine rack collection is designed to accommodate wine bottles that are 2 ¾” to 3 ¼” in diameter, and are structurally designed to accommodate additional wine storage above racking.

The wine racks are more shallow in depth for the wine bottles, so the bottle necks tend to stick out more. Do not worry about the safety of your wine though. The shallow depth fully supports the wine bottles. If you think of how a wine bottle is constructed, with the full body of the wine that smooths out to the smaller neck of the bottle? That full diameter of the body of the bottle is supported inside the rack and the tapered portion of the neck does not bear any weight anyway.The depth is usually 8 3/4 inches, while the full depth can be 12 11/16th or 13 1/2  — spacer bar included.

Check out this gorgeous 6 foot Individual Half Height Wine Rack, this pretty Redwood Table Top, and this Rectangular Bin Wine Rack. Better yet, take a look at the entire collection!

Needless to say, the Traditional Series offers all the luxury and look of custom crafted quality Redwood wine racks without the custom price!

Thanks for reading along with us in review of our different wine rack kit series. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us or leave a comment below.