more important than how you store it. Wine should be kept in a consistently cool, dark, slightly humid place. Keep the temperature between 50 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit. Heat or light can cook the wine and spoil it. Store the wine horizontally so that the wine keeps the cork wet. Never put wine on top of the refrigerator — it will ruin the wine. Find a place in your home to store your wine, and then shop for a wine rack that will fit there.
Also have an idea about how many bottles you would like to store. This will limit your search further. If you plan on expanding your collection over the years, buy a simple wire system so you can find additional pieces that match or coordinate over the years.
Metal wine racks have two advantages over wooden racks: the wine’s label is easy to see, and metal wine racks are more likely to fit in narrow spaces. If you will be storing your wine in a closet, under stairs, or in a hallway, metal wine racks are perfect.
Metal wine rack prices depend on size and quality of the metal. You can find decorative, small metal wine racks for under $50. Larger wine racks cost several hundreds of dollars, but you can invest in a wine rack that doubles as a table for wine accessories.
Wrought iron wine racks are some of the most traditional wine racks. They can be simple and elegant with clean lines, or gracefully curvy. Wine racks made fro