The 11 Best Wine Racks of 2024

The best wine racks are both functional and fashionable. We found the top storage solutions to hold all your vino in style.

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Free Standing Wine Rack
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Free-Standing Wine Rack

The best wine racks start with finds that match your kitchen aesthetic. A sleek and stylish free-standing wine rack is perfect for the person who wants to show off that fancy bottle of pinot noir (or a bottle of Trader Joe’s vino). This slim-profile metal rack holds up to nine bottles and adds functional character to kitchen island carts or bar carts lacking wine storage.

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French Wine Rack Closeup
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French Wine Bottle Wall Rack

A French wine rack that doubles as wall art? Now that’s a smart kitchen storage idea. Made of natural mango wood, it’s equal parts rustic and refined and looks stunning hanging in the kitchen or dining room. Pro tip: Decorate the empty slots with houseplants.

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Sorbus Fridge Wine Rack
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Fridge Wine Rack

Any wine is good wine—unless it’s warm, that is. This sturdy (and space-saving) three-bottle rack is a genius refrigerator organizing idea. It slides easily onto any shelf so you can chill your vino (or non-alcoholic bottles!) without having to completely rearrange the fridge.

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Tabletop Wine Rack
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Tabletop Wine Rack

Looking for a compact wine storage option? Display your best wine bottles on this tabletop rack that goes from the bar cart to the table with ease. As one of the best wine racks, it holds up to six bottles of your favorite reds and whites.

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Brass Wine Rack
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Gold Wine Rack

Leave it to Anthropologie to have a wine rack that looks straight out of an episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. This brass countertop rack—which has a real marble base—is très chic. Here’s the type of wine you should fill it with.

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Sodoku Rustic Wood Wine Rack
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Rustic Wood Wine Rack

Instead of stashing a wine rack on the counter, go for mounted storage like this farmhouse-chic wall rack. It’s highly-rated because it includes a rack to keep wine glasses at the ready. The hardest part is deciding what to pour!

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Countertop Wine Rack
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Countertop Wine Rack

Here’s a kitchen counter organization idea you’ll look forward to using when it’s wine ‘o clock. With the help of this metal and wood rack, wine is stored vertically or horizontally—the choice is yours. No assembly required!

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Zig Zag Wine Rack
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Zig Zag Wine Rack

Why settle for a regular wine rack when you could have this funky geometric one? Handmade and wall-mounted, it holds up to 12 bottles and is customizable to match your kitchen with the color stain of your choice. It’s also a fantastic wine gift for vino lovers!

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16 Bottle Wine Rack
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16-Bottle Wine Rack

Safely storing up to 16 bottles of wine, this furniture piece is our go-to for households with a bountiful wine collection. It boasts more than enough room to display all the accessories like glasses, wine openers and a decanter. After all, one can never have too much wine to display.

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Sorbus Wall Mount Wine Rack
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Wall Mount Wine Rack

One of the most common wine mistakes people make? Not storing it correctly. This nine-bottle rack mounts conveniently on the wall and actually keeps wine fresher for longer. The bottles sit horizontally, which keeps corks moist so wine stays at peak freshness.

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Nutrichef 12 Bottle Wine Fridge
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Mini Wine Fridge

Extra? Maybe. Worth it? Absolutely. This mini wine fridge isn’t cheap, but according to thousands of reviewers, it’s a game-changer when it comes to storing—and chilling—all those bottles you just had delivered via a wine club. If you’ve dreamed of a built-in wine fridge in the kitchen or pantry, take this as your sign to invest in one!

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FAQ

Do wine racks have to be tilted?

The ideal angle to store wine is horizontally at 45 degrees, so it’s best if wine racks are tilted. When the cork is moist, it ensures wine doesn’t absorb oxygen, making it stay fresher for longer. Wine racks don’t have to be tilted, but it is suggested to store them at a horizontal angle versus vertically. Here’s more on how to store wine at home.

How deep should a wine rack be?

Wine racks only need to be deep enough to hold all your best bottles! The average depth is around 14.5-inches.

What to put on a wine rack besides wine?

Some of the best wine racks include storage for glasses or tools like wine openers. If it has exposed elements like a wooden top or shelves, decorate it with vino-themed art, glasses and wine accessories.

Amanda Tarlton
Amanda has more than a decade of media experience, specifically in product testing in the cooking and lifestyle space. As a freelancer for Taste of Home, Amanda writes mostly about foodie finds, home and lifestyle goods and cooking and baking utensils that make life easier (and more fun!). Outside of freelancing, Amanda is the executive editor of commerce at Field & Stream.
When she's not working, Amanda is on the lookout for the best pizzas in town or testing out secret menu items at restaurants and coffee shops.
Madi Koetting
As Product Reviews Home Editor, Madi covers the best cleaning gadgets, organizing gear and home buys. She’s constantly testing internet-made-me-buy-it splurges and home goods—if there’s a viral product taking the internet by storm, you can count on Madi to give her honest review. Her work has appeared in various home outlets including Better Homes & Gardens, Reader’s Digest, The Family Handyman and Birds and Blooms. When she’s not decorating her apartment, you can find her sharing her favorite finds on Taste of Home’s social media platforms and scouring Denver for the best espresso martini.