Perhaps you're a merchandiser who owns a liquor store, grocery store, or wine and cheese shop. You might need wine racks for your retail space, to both store as much inventory as possible and attractively display your wine selection to your customers. Retail wine racks place an emphasis on durability and stylish presentation. Selecting the right wine racks for your wine store can also save you time and hassle when cleaning or restocking your shelves. Storing wine efficiently while also displaying it attractively is of the highest importance to wine retailers. There are many retail wine rack options to suit every store.
Retail wine racks are often designed to be floor-to-ceiling to maximize space. They can display bottles upright for maximum visibility to the customer, horizontally to prevent wines from going bad, or they can use a mix of the two styles to accomplish both goals. There are a variety of other retail wine rack shapes that help retailers take advantage of the space they have available and showcase their wares. We carry a wide variety of commercial wine racks, including display and storage wine racks, curved wine racks for corners, high-capacity diamond bin wine racks, freestanding wine rack islands and secure wine lockers. There is also wood and glass shelving for wine shops that can be adjustable to accommodate bottles of different sizes. Wood wine racks can be stained in several attractive colors to best match the dècor of the retail space.
While the traditional material of merchandising wine racks is wood, there are also some excellent metal options such as the VintageView Commercial Wine Racks, which provide a great compromise between label visibility and horizontal storage. They are also easy to clean and inexpensive.
Wine purveyors can boost customer interaction by building special tasting areas into their wine storage spaces. These tasting areas can incorporate an elegant archway, space for glasses, a cabinet, and a tabletop surface to chat around. Tasting centers can be a valuable way to boost business and build customer relations. Consider hosting a wine tasting, or demonstrations of the proper way to open and serve wine. Make your wine shop an inviting place and the customers will want to spend more time--and money--in your store.