Wine Storage Cabinets

Sturdy wine cabinets with doors, drawers and shelves

Wine Base Cabinets

Store glassware, corkscrews, and wine accessories securely with these wine storage cabinets that are out of sight, while adding to the value and beauty of your wine cellar. Pair our wine storage base cabinets with arches or stemware racks to create practical, functional storage for all kinds of wine-related things. Choose from dozens of wood and finish choices that make it easy to complement existing décor or architecture. Our wine storage cabinets are luxurious, modern, and well built in the USA.

Pull out drawers & adjustable shelves
Pull out drawers & adjustable shelves
Matching vertical face grain
Matching vertical face grain
Pair with decorative Cellar Arches
Pair with decorative Cellar Arches
Brushed nickel hardware included
Brushed nickel hardware included
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    Wine Storage Cabinet FAQs

    What is a wine cabinet?

    Unlike a wine cellar or walk-in wine storage space, wine cabinets are freestanding units you can place anywhere in the home. They’re ideal in main living spaces, kitchens and dining rooms, or even within a larger wine cellar.

    A well-constructed wine cabinet made of quality wood is not just functional, it’s a beautiful piece of furniture that compliments any space. Wine storage cabinets come in a variety of sizes and configurations. Custom wine cabinets can be designed to fit in corners, nooks, niches, and even hallways.

    What are the benefits of incorporating a wood wine cabinet?

    A wine cabinet with doors is a good alternative to a traditional wine cellar. It can also serve as a satellite display to showcase part of your larger wine collection. A wood wine cabinet in your main living space gives you easy access to bottles and can be used as a serving station.

    Wine cellar cabinets work well in smaller homes and tight spaces, and they’re easy to organize. And since they’re freestanding and portable, you can take them with you when you move.

    How many bottles can a wine rack cabinet store?

    The storage capacity of a wine rack cabinet can vary significantly depending on its dimensions and how it is configured and organized. Even a small wine cabinet can hold upwards of 50-60 bottles, especially if it includes wine cubes.

    A custom wine cabinet can hold hundreds of bottles. It all depends on your specific needs.

    Can I customize a wine cabinet?

    Yes, Wine Racks America offers a variety of fully assembled wine rack cabinets with adjustable shelving, making it easy to configure your wine storage unit based on your needs and preferences.

    We offer a range of finishes, so you can pick the style that fits best with your décor. Best of all, our high-grade wine cellar cabinets ship fully assembled, so there’s no need to figure out how to put your wine storage cabinet together.

    If you need custom cabinet wine racks to fit into existing cabinets, we can design those for you, too. Learn more about our custom design services.

    How much does a base cabinet wine rack cost?

    High-quality wine base cabinets range in price from $1,500-$1,800, depending on the size of the cabinet and the type of wood you choose.

    It’s a worthwhile investment. A quality wood wine cabinet will last a lifetime with good care, and it’s a beautiful piece of furniture on its own.

    Which is better, wine cabinet storage or a wine refrigerator?

    It all depends on your needs and where in your home you plan to store wine.

    For example, if you don't need long-term storage, a wine cabinet may be the better option. If you plan to integrate a wine cabinet into an existing cellar that’s equipped with a cooling system, there’s no need to worry about maintaining proper temperature or humidity conditions.

    Conversely, if you have a small collection or limited space, or if you want to have quick access to wine at serving temperatures—a wine refrigerator may be the best option. You can even find wine coolers with multiple temperature zones. Wine Racks America stocks freestanding wine fridges that can store up to 42 standard wine bottles.