Terracotta is a fantastic material which has been used extensively in sculpture and pottery, as well as buildings (many years ago). Terracotta is a robust material built to last.
Therefore terracotta is the perfect choice for your wine bottles. The terracotta material is practical and sturdy holding your bottles safely and securely. Terracotta’s natural cooling properties will keep wine cool so it’s very practical.
Terracotta wine racks can hold a number of wine bottles. If your wine collection grows you simply add another hexagon to your wine rack. This allows you to continue to collect bottles of wine without worrying about storage!
We stock a variety of terracotta wine racks. These wine racks can hold as many bottles as you require. Please note terracotta wine racks are only suitable for holding/storing standard wine bottles (0.75l).
You can add more hexagonal sections to your wine racks so if your collection grows so can your terracotta wine rack. You can enjoy creating different combinations for your wine rack in seconds. No tools or heavy workmanship is needed.
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The individual hexagonal wine rack sections allow your creative side to take over. You can create a free standing wine rack or a tailor made feature wine rack wall which will certainly look impressive. Order the number of hexagonal sections to suit you.
A terracotta wine rack is flexible and versatile, allowing you to easily move your wine collection from one place to another. The individual sections are both stable and sturdy and can be positioned almost anywhere, whether that is in a cellar room or a kitchen countertop. They do not require any specific maintenance and are built to last.
Wine racks are useful for all wine bottle collectors and provide a convenient storage solution, suitable for your home, restaurant, bar or shop. However if you prefer a metal wine rack for a modern contemporary finish see our ‘Metal Wine Rack Buying Guide’ to assist your purchase.
If you need further advice or information then please contact us and speak to one of our experts who will be happy to help.