Ingenious wine storage solutions, from coves to angled bins.
Food & Wine
Updated June 16, 2016
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These can be moved to accommodate cases of different sizes. Cellar designer David Spon frequently installs drawer slides on the lowest shelf to make those cases easier to access.
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These allow flexibility in organizing: One row might hold wines from a single producer, or wines in a similar style. Each rack is usually deep enough to hold two bottles.
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These long, shallow shelves have scooped-out bottoms that prevent bottles from rolling. Coves are very versatile—they can hold everything from half-bottles to six-liter imperials—and are great for showcasing star bottles.
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Angled Rectangular Bins
This design stores bottles very efficiently, allowing them to nest in staggered rows. These bins usually hold either six or 12 bottles.