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Commercial Wine Racks at Joseph & Curtis

2011 March 29
by Joseph & Curtis

Wine Store using our commercial wine racksJoseph and Curtis are proud to announce our commercial rack division. The commercial wine racks can be purchased under our “wine racks” tab on the home page. The racks can be purchased through the website and usually delivered within 2 weeks. The commercial wine racks are made from pine, premium redwood, and mahogany. With a choice of quality woods and a huge range of sizes and configurations, our commercial wine racks help you project the image you want.

There are many considerations when choosing a commercial wine rack. You must consider size, price, appearance and durability. Our commercial wine racks are available in a range of sizes and configurations to suit every store.

Comomercial Wine Rack - 300 bottle capacityChoose a standing bottle commercial wine rack for highly visible labels, or a style with individual racking for each bottle. Most styles are available in several woods, so you can create the look you want or match the commercial wine racks you already have in your store.

If it is wine display merchandising that you desire or if you’re looking to improve your point of purchase wine sales, you can find what you need from our large selection of commercial wine racks. If you need assistance designing your wine store, allow our commercial staff designer to assist you.

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Contact Us today for a complimentary design and consultation.

One Response leave one →
  1. Benji permalink
    May 6, 2011

    Great supply of wine racks. For something that looks simple a lot of time and effort can be spent attempting to make or even find a good looking wine rack. For me I like the corner rack as this will give me the opportunity to use potential dead space in a stylish presentation.

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