Custom Wine Cellars, Wine Racks & Storage in New Jersey

Wine Racks and Storage

What Our Clients Are Saying

We had a recessed area that just needed to be our wine storage and this was the perfect solution. It was easy to assemble, nice quality and couldn't have been easier!

-Cheryl S., Jersey City, NJ

I placed my order with specific dimensions and received my wine rack perfectly. This is the second wine rack I have ordered with you and I could not be more pleased.

-Marc C., Newark, NJ

These give the bistro look we were hoping for! We love these racks. Easy to install as the instructions were very good. They look great!

-James, Paterson, NJ
Areas We Serve


  • Newark, NJ
  • Paterson, NJ
  • Woodbridge, NJ
  • Lakewood, NJ
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • Elizabeth, NJ
  • Toms River, NJ
  • Edison, NJ

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What’s The Cellar Design Process? Simple:

We design wine rooms for any space, style, or budget. From basement wine storage rooms and wine refrigeration systems to simple wood wine racks and wine walls, we can help you create your ideal New Jersey wine cellar design.

Wine Cellar Design Steps

Connect. Discuss. Set Goals.

We start by discussing your needs. We want to understand your goals and help you find practical, creative ways to achieve them.

Design and Revise.

We use a variety of tools to help us map out your wine storage area, including 3D drawings and CAD design software. Your sketches and ideas are welcome.

Build and Ship.

Once we’ve built your custom wine cellar, we’ll ship it to you promptly for installation. We will keep you updated on the status of your order.

Install & Fill With Wine. Impress Your Friends. Enjoy.

Whether you choose to use a wine cellar kit or hire a professional installer, we’ll guide you every step of the way. Once your new cellar is installed, fill it with wine, and enjoy!


What type of racking will I need for my collection?

This will depend on the particular wines you tend to store. Each type of wine has its own unique bottle style, and some are so different that they require specialized racks. You should buy wine racks that accommodate your most collected wine bottle sizes, shapes, and styles. View our handy bottle size chart for more information.

At what temperature should wine be stored?

For perfect aging, collectible wines should be stored at between 55 and 60°F with a relative humidity level of 65 to 75%. These conditions mimic those of a natural limestone cave, which is where wine was traditionally aged. High temperatures disrupt the chemical reactions in the bottle, ruining the delicate balance of flavors and aromas produced by proper aging. Temperatures that are too cool, on the other hand, can delay proper aging.

Which type of wine cellar cooling unit is best?

There are several options for cooling your wine cellar, including through-the-wall units, split heat pump systems, and ducted systems. Which unit you choose will depend on several factors, including the size and existing insulation, and the expected foot traffic in and out of the space. The team at Wine Racks America can help you determine the best system for your needs.

Should I choose metal or wood wine racks?

This really comes down to your aesthetic goals and preferences. Wood wine racks impart a traditional look, and are durable and long-lasting. Metal wine racks are ideal for modern design applications, and are a popular choice in retail stores and restaurants. If your goal is to create a unique, one-of-a-kind cellar, wood is the better choice, because it can be easily sized and finished to your specifications.

Where is the best place to build a wine cellar?

While basements are ideal for wine storage, almost any room can serve as a proper wine cellar if it’s properly equipped. The conditions should be cool and moderately humid, with minimal natural light and few vibrations. Wine Racks America has everything you need to build a proper wine cellar, from racking systems to refrigeration and insulation.


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