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    Rectangular bins are just that and I have used several different types that have suited my needs. The best have been bins that hold a single layer of 6...


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    Diamond bins are an efficient use of space and can offer a small variety of storage solutions. The can come in two styles. The first offers triangular bins...


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    If you have space in your cellar you’ll want to include aisle or island racking. In general this is some sort of combination that includes single bottle...


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    The final, stage to building a cellar is selecting your racking. I wish I had a great squealing brakes sound effect here followed by noise in rewind since we...


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    The classic wall of wine usually includes a lot of individual bottle binning. This is the most expensive type of racking due to the intricacy of design, but...


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