Behold a proud wine collector’s new cellar showcase. See how every wine bottle’s paper label is clearly displayed? The bottles are presented here like proud works of art. Imagine how fun it would be, or perhaps how overwhelming it could be, to come here each …
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Wine rack kits are affordable, high-quality options for setting up home storage for your wine collection. Any true wine lover will set up proper wine storage space, creating the option to buy in bulk and take advantage of other opportunities to cut the cost of …
Wine Collectors acquire odd-sized bottles and require appropriate shelving
Standard wine racks hold standard sized wine bottles (750 ml), and they make no considerations for large format wine bottles that are now so popular with wine lovers. Cellar designers have to make their own remedies. Modern wine cellars include wine racks that accommodate larger bottles because they are excellent investments. A magnum bottle equals two standard bottles. The wine stored in a Magnum or larger tastes better and has more value. Wine bottles can be massive, holding an amount equal to 40 standard wine bottles.
Why are big bottles becoming more popular? Large formats tend to be consumed at large gatherings and the bottle can become a memento signaling the communal enjoyment of wine that has aged in a large format wine bottle. Fashion large wine bottles into gorgeous display pieces, once the wine has all been poured. It’s not a problem to store large wine bottles because Rosehill Wine Cellars has a variety of racks for that very purpose. But what about the challenge of serving wine from a huge bottle? Rosehill has the solution for pouring from large format bottles, as well.
Wine Bottle Sizes Chart
187.5 ml Piccolo or Split: Typically used for a single serving of Champagne.
375 ml Demi or Half: Holds one-half of the standard 750 ml size.
750 ml Standard: Common bottle size for most distributed wine.
1.5 L Magnum: Equivalent to two standard 750 ml bottles.
3.0 L Double Magnum: Equivalent to two Magnums or four standard 750 ml bottles.
4.5 L Jeroboam (still wine): Equivalent to six standard 750 ml bottles.
6.0 L Imperial: Equivalent to eight standard 750 ml bottles or two Double Magnums.
9.0 L Salmanazar: Equivalent to twelve standard 750 ml bottles or a full case of wine!
12.0 L Balthazar: Equivalent to sixteen standard 750 ml bottles or two Imperials.
15.0 L Nebuchadnezzar: Equivalent to twenty standard 750 ml bottles.
Big Bottle Wall Mount
Available at Rosehill Wine Cellars is a metal Big Bottle Wall Mount, with an option for a Black Satin, Chrome, or Platinum aka Brushed Nickel finish. The wall-mounted wine rack is 30” high and holds four bottles sized from 3L to 6L in angled display. The space between storage mounts is 10 to 14”. Install on or more Big Bottle racks one over the other, for a seamless look.
A 3-liter, or Double Magnum, holds four standard bottles of wine. A 6-liter is an “Imperial” aka “Methuselah,” and it is equivalent to eight standard bottles of wine or two Double Magnums.
Another quality wine rack specifically for large format bottles is the 1.5L Single Column Magnum Wood Wine Rack 7ft-plus. Toasted Maple, Sapele (African Mahogany), and Beech are the available types of wood for this wine rack for large format bottles. The rack is full wine bottle depth and holds 17 magnum bottles of wine.
Premier Cru Wood Wine Rack Kits
Arguably the best wood kit racks on the market are Premier Cru Wood Wine Rack Kits 7ft-plus. They are full wine bottle depth and available in a wide variety of modules, so that wine storage can be fully customized. Large format bottles can fit in diamond racks, whether all racks are the diamond configuration or the rack is a combination of individual standard-sized wine bottle racks and diamonds.
VCanter – Wine Pouring & Decanting System
VCanter wine systems assist in pouring and decanting very large bottles of wine.
There are several models, including:
- A 6L model designed to help pour a Methuselah; and
- A 27L model for pouring the massive Goliath, which is the equivalent of 36 bottles.
Contact Rosehill Wine Cellars for all the quality wine storage racking you may need, including wine racks for large format bottles.
Large format wine bottles offer notable benefits over standard 750mL bottles, making large format wine storage important. The standard size, equal to about six glasses of wine, is by far and away the most commonly distributed wine. Perhaps surprisingly, the standard wine bottle is only one …
Every wine lover with a growing wine collection should become familiar with options in modular wine racks. Although they can add beauty, class, whimsy, or elegance to your home or wine cellar, first and foremost, wine racks are functional. They can be small or large, …
If you regularly drink wine with dinner, a wine cellar may be just what you need. As all oenophiles know, wine enriches life. Making an investment in a wine cellar is the perfect way to delve more deeply into your appreciation of wine. Providing a place to store your own wine supply has benefits that make sense for families of all sizes and tax brackets. The following are five of the top reasons to have your own custom wine cellar built.
The beauty of a custom wine cellar is that it creates the perfect atmosphere uniquely ideal for wine. The best wines improve with age, as long as they age in the correct environment. You more fully embrace everything that’s special about wine when you have your own wine racks and a wine cooling unit that maintains the right temperature. The humidity level is also an essential element for optimal wine conditions. Horizontal wine racks typically do the best job of allowing for the optimal aging process, which is gradual. This is largely because the wine keeps the cork swelled with a proper seal. It also ensures that sediment falls a distance away from the cork, so that the wine isn’t spoiled when pouring it. A wine lover saves money with proper storage, since wine is protected from spoiling.
2-Cuts Cost of Wine
Buying wine in bulk provides a significant savings over buying one wine bottle at a time. Many people get in on wine clubs, as a way of taking advantage of savings. A wine cellar is needed to begin buying in bulk. Otherwise, the wine would tend to spoil before you have a chance to enjoy it. You can even enjoy finer wines when purchased a case at a time, since you have more opportunities to buy at discounted prices.
3-Helps with Organization
When you have a custom wine cellar built, one of the pleasures of helping with design has to do with your personal style of organization. A wine cellar is the best place to manage and organize a wine collection. There are many different styles of wine racks and wine room features that can accommodate your needs for a wine cellar. For instance, you may want to include bins for wine storage, floor to ceiling wine racks in addition to wine racks for individual bottles. If you enjoy technology, there are many options for wine organization software that can help you keep track of your collection. Between keeping the wine in the proper environment and managing your collection, it will be more a pleasure than ever to make your selection of wine to be served before or during dinner or with dessert.
Many homeowners have mistakenly considered a wine cellar to be an out-of-reach luxury. Due to their popularity, wine cellars are not just for rich people anymore. If you are a wine lover who enjoys sensible investments, you can’t go wrong with a wine cellar.