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The earliest wine was made in Georgia and Iran, as early
as 6000bc. Archaeological evidence – resin found in clay
cups – suggests the first wine to be produced in Europe was
in Greece about 1,500 years later. Bottled wine was
introduced in the 1600s in Europe, and wax or oil soaked
wooden plugs were used as stoppers. With bottles came the
first wine racks, and wine cellars also became popular in
the homes of the upper classes. In the Middle Ages, wine was
a common drink among all social classes in Southern Europe.
However, in the north, were there were fewer or no vines,
wine, often imported, was the preserve of the upper classes.
Nowadays, wine is well-liked all over the world.
wine rack is usually found in the kitchen, but some
people keep a rack in their dining room – or in their wine
cellar, if they’re lucky enough to have one!
Most of our wine racks have space on top to display items such as ornaments or photographs.
wine rack is the most efficient way to store bottles of
wine, especially if you like to keep a lot of bottles in
your home. Some of PineSolutions’ wine racks also have
drawers or cupboards, which can be used for extra storage in
the kitchen or dining room, for items such as cutlery and
Having some bottles of wine on display in a well-crafted
wine rack adds a touch of class to your kitchen or dining
Our wine racks can store anything from 15 to 32 bottles.
Some just function as a wine rack, while others have drawers
and cupboards for extra storage too. Most of our wine racks
can act as small tables as well, which you can use for
There are three things you should consider when buying
your new wine rack: 1. Where do you want your wine rack
to go? You’ll want to make sure it fits in with the current
style and wood colour in your chosen room. 2. How many
bottles of wine do you want it to hold? We have wine racks
that can store anything from 15 to 32 bottles. 3. Do you
want to store other things apart from wine in your wine
rack? We have racks with drawers and cupboards attached too.
To keep your wine rack looking its best, clean and
protect it with good quality beeswax. You should also keep
your wine rack away from strong sunlight and take care not
to place it in front of, or next to, a radiator. The heat
might cause it to shrink, loosening joints and veneers.
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