Wooden Wine Racks
If you’re looking for wooden wine racks as a gift or a treat for yourself, MakeMeSomethingSpecial’s engraved oak wine racks are both beautiful and unique in design. Created by us in our Surrey Hills workshop, we set out to create the best looking wine rack on the market. We wanted it to be able to blend into any environment, be it a modern studio apartment or a grand stately home. The result was a style that is classic yet contemporary in design, very sleek but never-the-less a statement.
These personalised wooden wine racks are made using the very finest locally sourced English Oak and our highly prized Amish American Black Walnut. No matter which timer you decide to go with, you will be thrilled with the quality of the grain. Everyone box handmade from scratch tight here in our Surrey Hills Workshop by skilled craftsmen.
The wooden wine racks are available in an array of standard sizes. From one bottle slot, all the way up to 12. As a gift for a wedding or 5th wedding anniversary, one of these beautiful wine racks with a few bottles of something good will make a very welcome gift. The perfect gift for a wine connoisseur.
The wine racks can simply be left plain and simple or can be personalised with your choice of words or lettering. Bride and groom’s names, a date, a favourite quote or special message, something witty, a house or co-ordinates of a special place. Or, you can use our standard engraving and have the word ‘VINTAGE’ followed by a date to make a fantastic birthday gift.
If, on-the-other-hand, you are just on the look out for a really high quality wooden wine rack, that is attractive to display your favourite bottles, you will not be disappointed with our wooden wine rack.
We also have a single personalised bottle stands for one bottle for when serving wine or champagne, and also very nice handmade personalised wooden wine boxes in a standard size to house most wine bottles, but we can also bespoke make wooden wine boxes to order if you want to house something very special as a gift. Take a look…