Types of Miniature Wine Racks

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Types of Miniature Wine Racks
Mini wine racks come in an assortment of varieties. (wine and glasses on a rack image by jovica antoski from Fotolia.com)

Miniature (mini) wine racks are perfect for wine connoisseurs who love to take care of their wine but have no room for traditional wine racks. There are many different types of mini wine racks available, and it is highly likely that you can find one that matches your decor. Most miniature wine racks hold between one and eight bottles of wine. A regular-size wine rack can hold more than eight bottles and typically cannot be placed on a countertop or mounted on a wall.

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Countertop wine racks

Countertop wine racks typically can hold three to four bottles of wine, but some models can hold only two. Countertop mini racks can be made of stylised bronze or steel, or bamboo. Many mini racks are stackable.

Decorative Mini Wine Racks

Decorative mini wine racks come in a variety of shapes and styles, from the three-bottle rack shaped like a violin to whimsical, grape-shaped racks. Decorative mini wine racks can look like wine glasses, bookends, wrought-iron locking wine jails, and floor-standing birdcages. Even the most avant-garde wine aficionado can appreciate their aesthetics and practicality.

Dual Function Mini Wine Racks

Some mini wine racks have dual functions: bookends that also hold six bottles of wine; or a six-bottle rack with a mini-stave display made of recycled oak wine barrel staves, with a top shelf to hold wine glasses.

Wall Racks

Mini wine racks that can be mounted on your wall not only save you counter space, but are also stylish additions to any home. Wall-mounted racks can store two or more bottles of wine, depending on the design, with the larger-scale ones holding up to eight bottles.

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