Ultra Wine Racks Mesh #17889

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Ultra Wine Racks Wine Saddle (P/N 17888). Designed to showcase your wine in mesh bedding, Ultra Wine Saddles combine modern materials and old-world style for a truly unique presentation.

Ultra wine racks are easy to install and create a streamlined, modern cellar-where the story is about the wine, not the wine racks.

Ultra mesh designed to accommodate most 750 ml bottles, including Burgundy and most Champagne bottles, and can be attached to our backer boards (sold separately), or to your own backer board that is 3/4" thick and structurally sound.

Assembly required. Nuts, washers, 2 pegs and 1 mesh sling are included. Finish is stainless steel.
Ultra wine racks are the newest, most unique and innovative metal racking in the market. Lightweight and durable, the mesh secures the bottle and accommodates many standard size bottles.
  • Holds bottle by the sides in a mesh sling
  • Scratch and mar resistant finish
  • 2 pegs are included
  • Call our Design Center at 800.527.4072 x1 or Request a Wine Rack Design online to receive a custom design and CAD drawings for your project - FREE!
Brand: Ultra

Size: 3 1/2w x 8d x 5h (in)

Weight: 1 lbs

Capacity: 1 bottle

Material: Metal

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Fits well with my modern decor

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I have a lot of cement walls and metal accents in my home, and didn't want to walk into the cellar and have it be a completely different style. I checked different types of displays, and some of them seemed pretty rickety for adding bottles - I didn't want them falling off the wall! These are sturdy and have flair. I'm glad I went with the mesh.