Store bottles in your kitchen cabinets with these space-saving upper cabinet wine racks

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    Wine Rack Cabinet Inserts

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    Upper Cabinet Wine Racks FAQs

    What is an upper cabinet wine rack?

    An upper cabinet wine rack is a wine storage solution designed to fit inside your kitchen cabinets. Wine rack cabinet inserts are typically made of wood and come in a variety of sizes and configurations to accommodate different cabinet sizes.

    For safety reasons, they are often attached to the inside of the cabinetry with a nail gun or screws—especially in earthquake-prone regions.

    How does an upper cabinet wine rack work?

    Much like a freestanding wine rack, wine rack cabinet inserts contain individual slots or compartments, each of which holds a single bottle of wine in a horizontal position. Storing wine horizontally is essential for keeping the cork moist.

    What are the benefits of using an upper cabinet wine rack?

    Upper cabinet wine racks are a space-saving wine storage solution that help you maximize use of vertical space. You’ll have easy access to wine in the kitchen without the need to search through a larger wine cellar or wine fridge.

    Kitchen cabinet storage is ideal for storing bottles you plan to drink soon. You can move bottles from your cellar to the kitchen as needed.

    How do I install an upper cabinet wine rack?

    Most wine rack inserts can be easily mounted inside a cabinet using screws or mounting hardware. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions or consider using a handy person or carpenter if you are not comfortable installing cabinet wine racks on your own.

    Is it ok to store wine in my kitchen cabinets?

    Wine should be stored between 45 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit with a humidity level of 50-70% long term. Since most kitchens are warmer than this, you shouldn’t rely on kitchen cabinet wine racks for long-term storage.

    Kitchen storage is ideal for everyday wine you plan to drink in the near future. Your wine should be fine for a few weeks to a few months, as long as it’s stored in a cabinet away from the stove, oven, or other heat sources.