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Old 05-16-2010, 08:33 AM   #1
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New wine storage rack

We want to install a wine rack in our 2004 Dolphin. Any ideas on best type etc? Most are too big or cost arm & leg. Thanks.
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Old 05-16-2010, 10:17 AM   #2
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Hi Alleyman,

We had a wine rack installed in our 2007 Dutch Star. We had some custom cabinetry done and it was part of that work, so I don't have a price for just the rack. I'm attaching a picture that gives you "most" of what it looks like. The top rack only hold 3 bottles, but the larger bottles. There are 4 racks below that hold 4 regular bottles each, so 19 bottles in a pretty tiny space.

This was done by Irv Kaufman in Nappanee, IN, but he has since sold his business to Gene Miller who has also done some very nice work for us. If that interests you, I can provide contact info. Before you ask, no....we have never had any issue with bottles escaping while driving. That's even on some VERY rough roads.

http://www.dbeck.net/images/2007Dutch/IMG_0177a.jpg
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Oops...I see that you were interested in wine racks, not glasses. I am sure you will get some nice replies....guess then you will know how to handle your glasses also.
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Donna, your cabinetry work is beautiful! I love the wine rack idea!
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Why thanks! It works well for us. We knew we would have to have some sort of wine storage in our rolling home just like we did in our sticks & bricks, we just didn't have a good vision of how to do it. I have to credit Irv Kaufman even though he said that was the first one he had done. He did a great job and it provides more than we would have thought we could get in such a small space.

You do have to be careful at border crossings as they are quick to notice how many bottles might be there, and start counting so be sure you are in order.
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Donna; thanks for the response. Your rack looks great! I am in the process of making one almost identical... coincedence, I started it before I received your pics. Hope mine turns out as nice. I have a small Woodshop called Wood Alley.
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