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True Fabrications Used Wine Oak Barrel Stemware Rack and Holder (made from recycled and used wine barrels)
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- Barrel-shaped wine rack holds four stemmed glasses and one wine bottle
- Made from 100% recycled barrels
- Exterior of barrel surface is wine-stained for authenticity
- Set this on any table or countertop
- Great home décor piece or gift item
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This line of True Fabrications barrel products are made from real oak used wine barrels that have been used in the production of wine for 2-5 years. Smell the aroma of aged wines from the heart of wine making country in California.
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Make sure you know what you're getting though, this is decorative first and foremost. It takes up a good amount of wall space for one. Mine measured 26 inches in diameter and was 6 inches deep from the wall. It's also heavy at 28 pounds (Amazon's shipping weight lists it at 27 pounds). You really want to make sure you can hang it on a wall stud if at all possible.
And on the topic of hanging. There's no hanging hardware that comes with it so you'll need to make a trip to your local Home Depot. The photo doesn't show it but there are two eyelets screwed into the outer edge. You could run a wire between them but that would make portions of the wire visible and it wouldn't hang flush against the wall. On top of that, the two eyelets on mine were spaced so that it would be impossible to hang straight. So you'll need to invest in some screw-in eyelets and hanging wire yourself. I bought 100 pound wire just in case. Run the wire along the inner cavity on the back side and you'll be able to hang it without any hardware showing.
As a decoration, I wouldn't recommend using it to store a full bottle of wine, especially if it has any value. It's very easy for the bottom of the wine bottle to slip off the barrel since it flares outward. Take a black #14 carpet tack and hammer it part way into the bottom and the bottle will stay put. Pick an empty bottle from a memorable night and put it up there instead. The glass holders work pretty well.
Overall, I absolutely love the way this looks on my wall. It's a very unique item and sure to be a conversation starter.
And wanted a way to display some glasses and wine. This fit nicely in
a small hallway visible from my dining area. One of the most talked
about displays in my new home.