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By Eric Yang
on 3.17.08

storvino.nero.modular.wine.rack.jpgIf you keep more than two or three bottles of wine at home it’s time for a wine rack. If you’re like me then you probably prefer keeping them out of sight than some cheesy pompous wine rack that does nothing but show you’re more interested in displaying bottles than knowing what they taste like.

Stop storing the wine in cardboard boxes and upgrade to Storvino, a modular and transportable wine system. Actually, it’s the only one. Made of injection molded polyethylene modular, 100% recyclable, just like those flimsy cardboard boxes except it’s tough as nails. You’ll be able to lift an entire rack from directly from it’s modular stackable system or pull a bottle directly. Cleverly it uses your used corks as connector ports to allow side-by-side stacking.

What this means to you: When we received a few of these racks to test and use we didn’t realize just how much of an upgrade we were going to from the wine store boxes. We racked them, we stacked them and filled them up with Super Tuscans, Rieslings and Shiraz’s. The only downside to having more than one Storvino rack is your desire to fill them up and it’s endless ability to hold more.

Cost: $20 per rack @ IWA Wine

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