Give your favorite bottles the proper treatment with these wine storage ideas.

By Megan Soll
Updated February 07, 2020
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Since most of us aren’t lucky enough to have our own wine cellar, we work with the spaces we have for storing our go-to bottles. Wine storage methods are key for the longevity of wine, so it's only fair to give the cornerstone of entertaining the best treatment possible. Sites like Amazon, Crate & Barrel, and Anthropologie all have great wooden wine racks, wall-mounted wine racks, and storage for 20 bottles or more. Ideally, stored wine should be kept at a temperature around 55 degrees-- you can push it up to 68, but lower is better (see: A Wine Cellar Designer’s Secrets). The cool air slows the aging of wine, so you can savor those special bottles in the years to come.

Whether you’ve only got a small amount of countertop to spare or you’re looking for a full wine storage system for your dining area, you can match your home decor with these wine storage rack ideas. There are plenty of free shipping options to get it to your door fast and free of extra charges (see: Amazon Prime). Read on for some of our favorites.

Brass Wine Rack

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The brass wine rack from Anthropologie is pretty enough to sit on the countertop, credenza, or bar cabinet. The sleek style holds six bottles which makes it easy to keep your favorites on-hand.

Brass Wine Rack, $68 at anthropologie.com

Hexagon Wine Rack

Rest 11 bottles comfortably in this geometric wine rack, which comes in copper, gold, graphite, and silver color options. It can also be positioned vertically or horizontally, depending on the space you have in mind.

11 Bottle Wine Rack, $50 at crateandbarrel.com

Stacking Wine Racks

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Choose mango wood, white marble, or opt for both to stack these smart racks that look great on display.

Wood and Marble Stacking 3-Bottle Wine Racks, Set of 2, $100 at crateandbarrel.com

Carved Wine Rack

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Opt for something more design-forward and add bottles to this acacia wood piece.

NAMBÉ Vie Wine Rack, $140 at nordstrom.com or neimanmarcus.com

Shatterproof Wine Rack

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This polypropylene rack holds 14 bottles, plenty for households who host often (and generously).

Infinity Shatterproof Wine Rack, $100 at neimanmarcus.com

Modular Wine Rack

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This modular rack can be as large or as small as you need it to be (and even larger if you buy a second set). Choose between driftwood, natural, and penguin color schemes.

JK Adams Modular Wine Rack, $130-$170 at nordstrom.com

Fridge Wine Rack

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Chilling is the way to go for many wine styles, so if you're tight on fridge space these stackable racks makes it easy to store and access all the bottles you need. It's make of BPA-free plastic and cleans easily with soap and water.

mDesign Wine Rack Storage Organizer, $20 at amazon.com

Wine Rack Shelf

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Keep glasses and wine bottles close by with a classy shelf, perfect to put over a bar cabinet or table.

Mayfair Wall Mounted Wine Glass Shelf, $158 at anthropologie.com

Large Wine Rack

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Wine collectors will love to have extra slots for their favorite bottles, and this 15-bottle stainless steel piece will hold plenty.

VonShef Bottle Wine Rack, $15 at amazon.com

Wall Mount Wine Rack

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Lacking in counter space? Go vertical with your wine storage. This rack can store 9 wine (or Champagne) bottles and keep them out of the way yet easily accessible.

Sorbus Wall Mount Wine Rack, $21 at amazon.com

Wooden Wine Rack

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Pretty on countertops and bookshelves alike, this 8 bottle rack is budget friendly and efficient for the casual wine drinker.

Classic Cuisine Bamboo 8 Rack-Space Saving Wine Rack, $18 at amazon.com