Win a Wine Rack – Enter the Wine Rack Giveaway – Winner Announced!

Wine Rack Win Giveaway

Win a Wine Rack! We thought that you may need a fabulous Wine Rack to display all your delicious wines, so we teamed up with a master wine rack builder from Washington to give one Lucky Winner this freestanding Wine Rack. Valued at about $100 and shipping is included in the contiguous US.

The Winner of the Giveaway

#26 Shannon Schulte “I would stock it with some nice reds for when my sister stops”

Congratulations to the winner and please email us within 48 hours to claim your prize at winedinetv [@] .

A New Giveaway will be announced soon!

It holds up to 48 bottles and with a little talent and only 30 minutes of your time you can display your collection, or start one…

The other good news is that all these beautiful wooden wine racks are made in the USA, crafted in Olympia, Washington. The WineRackStore is owned by Michael and Denise Kitson. If you would like to learn more about custom or modular wine racks and to see this particular wine rack please visit

The Prize
One A-Frame Modular Wine Rack with Flat Tray Top. It is more gentle on the environment since it is Carbon Neutral. All hardware is included and no gluing or nailing required. Sorry but Wine is not included.

Wine Rack Giveaway

How to Win
To enter the giveaway just leave a comment below telling us:

“What wines would you put in this Wine Rack?”

Would it be a particular reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa? Or a French Bordeaux or an Australian Shiraz?

Terms & Conditions

You may may leave multiple comments, as long as they are different answers, until Tuesday, January 17, 2012 11:59pm Pacific Time.

Winners will be selected via and will be announced by Wednesday morning 10am. Winners will need to claim the prize by emailing us at winedinetv [@] within 48 hours from the time the winner is announced or it will go to a new winner. Good Luck!

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  1. says: Shannon Schulte

    I would use it to display wines we can use all year round and for different dishes, white, reds, ports.

  2. says: Brian Duffin

    My existing wooden wine rack of 40 bottles is almost full with Cabernet, Italian reds, and a few Merlots and Pinots. I could certainly use this rack to hold Zins as well as some white wines. It certainly is a beautifuly designed piece.

  3. says: JenMarie

    I really like Pinot Grigio and Cabernet Sauvignon’s. A little drier wine’s and less sweet. I really enjoyed the Menage a Trois Cabernet is very good for a cheaper wine and I also like Robert Mondavi wine’s..

    A wine rack like this would look lovely in the corner of my diningroom!

  4. says: heather

    Either 2 buck chuck or wines I won’t drink i.e. white zin because nothing is worse than a half empty rack due to the fact that I drank all the wine and can’t afford to buy more!

  5. says: Missy Stanisz

    Pinot Noirs, Seven Daughters Red Blend, Chook Sparkling Shiraz, Cupcake Chardonnay, Apothic Red, Chateau Grand Traverse Celebrate sparkling white.

  6. says: Michael

    I would use the wine rack to hold many many bottles of Rodney Strong Knotty Vines Zindfandel and Marques Casa Concha Cabernet Sauvignon. Yum Yum

  7. says: janice channer

    I would fill it with loads…hehe its enormous…. Chardonnay, pinot grigio, merlot, even had a couple of special reserve ports for xmas I could add to it…. thanks for a fab prize guys x

  8. says: Bernice Johnson

    I’m thinking the wonderful wines from our region – particularly from Talley Vineyards, including Bishop’s Peak and Edna Valley vintages.

  9. says: Judy Park

    From Australia it would be a selection of Banrock Chardonnay and Sauvignons. My French choice, fruity Cotes du Rhone and for New Zealand it would have to be a selection of theirsilky Pinot Noir.

  10. says: carlos

    this would be perfect for my “day to day” wines… something like a Casillero del diablo cab or carmenere and some Carmen cabs and merlots.

  11. says: Brielle brenner

    I would most definitely put a few of my faves, kaiken malbec, Curtis vineyards (any and all reds, great napa vineyard- on an alpaca farm ), rickshaw Pinot noir, bearboat Pinot noir, deloach Chardonnay

  12. says: Beverly

    I would put a variety of my wine club wines, like Tobin James, South Coast Winery, La Creama Pinot Noir in my lovely new wine rack!

  13. says: Cindy Roberts

    Since Paso Robles, California, wines won Wine Spectator’s/Parker “Best Wine in World 2010″…I’ll fill it with Paso Robles wines! All the wineries surrounding “Saxum’s” vineyard. That should represent the “Best of Paso Robles, CA”!

  14. says: Howard Hewitt

    I’d put some Washington state Cabernet and Syrah, my Paso Robles wine club selections, some French organic wines, a few bottles of French Vouvray, and some Spanish bottles. You can never have enough rack space!

  15. says: R Christian Anderson

    With this rack I would not have to hide my red wines in a closet. The whites are in a wine fridge, but the reds are usually stored in a cupboard. The wine I would love to most display in this rack is a rare Beauleau Private Reserve Cabernet, my Sterling Vineyards Merlot, and Valley of the Moon Syrah. Of course, I would have to make a special trip to get some additional reds and roses to put in it, as well. It’s very handsome!

  16. says: Heidi

    I would use each shelf for a different varietal of wine. Cabernet, Zinfandel, Malbec, Pinot Noir, Chianti, red blends, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewurztraminers, etc.

  17. says: Claudia Glade

    I have some oldies! I was in the wine business for decades, and received them as employee gifts, etc., so I have, among others Far Niente Cabs, Dolce, Robert Mondavi Reserve Cab, Gundlach Bundschu Reserve Cab, Arrowood Cab. I would put the wine rack in the wine cellar. Can’t wait to win it!

  18. says: Carmen Benz

    I was just searching for a wine rack today! I would stock it with some of my favorite local Pinot Noirs as well as some delicious Cabs and Zins. Great for warming up on a cold winter night!

  19. says: Kelsey Ivey

    I have a few bottles of wine including a Flying Dutchman Cabernet Sauvignon, Sarver Cuvee and a Griffin Creek Syrah that need a safe home. They are currently on their side in the bottom of my shoe closet!

  20. says: bob crnich

    start with caymus,grgich where i started understanding wine ,then others
    like zins from lodi and alexander valley,merlot and pinot from sonoma county and local u.s.champagne and then my fav malbec from argentina and some local cal malbec,too….. for starters and then my own handmade black wine crno vino and marykelley chardonay

  21. I found several cases of very old Charles Krug Cabernet Sauvignon in a dumpster from a liquor store going out of business. Although the wines probably aren’t any good, it would be fun to display them and show off some of California’s great old Cabs.

  22. says: Shannon Schulte

    I would fill it with a nice mix of wines. I love a nice Moscato d’Asti after dinner, so I would at least have one row of Moscatos!

  23. says: Angelica Mordant

    My collection of reds would look stunning in this wine rack. And when the weather warms up, they would give way to whites….

  24. says: Donald Bayles

    I like the best I can afford. Nothing over priced or showy. Nothing beats a well made wine. Any time of the year is the best time for me. Enjoy!

  25. says: Ray Manza

    I would use the rack for special wines that were being used in a particular way. For example, we do several wine tastings a year. This would be a great way to display wines for the tasting. A rack such as this provides flexibility and a really nice way to display wines.