Design Commercial Wine Racks | Wine Stores Increase Revenues (A Processed Video Transcription)
Bistro de la Reine is a wine store that decided to use our services for their commercial wine racks. They decided to use both custom and kit racking for their wine store.
We have to rack all the way around the perimeter of the store, as well as a custom cash wrap. We also have commercial double reveal aisle kit wine racks in this area and up here and commercial aisle rounds.
Elevation A combines both combination kit and custom racking. You have kit racking in the one-column rows, as well as diamond cube lattice bins and rectangular lattice bins on the bottom. These have display shelves to display the bottles that are stored behind them.
Each of the racks, you’ll notice, has a 4-inch toe-kick and base molding. The shorter commercial wine racks that are the 77 5/8 high have a 2 3/4 inch crown molding.
We will go on to elevation B. Again, we are using kit wine racks and custom racking. Most of this is kit racking with two rows on each side and one in the center for split or dessert wines. Your 750s are in the center, a tabletop, and a glass rack.
Elevation D is custom shelving. It is a custom cabinet and adjustable shelf. We have cabinets down below with doors and adjustable shelves inside. This cabinet is 15″ deep.
Elevation D and elevation E are exactly the same except for the width of the cabinet. This goes behind the cash wrap in the room.
Elevation F is the commercial double aisle reveal kit wine racks. They have display rows on tops and bottles stored all the way down below. We then have the commercial aisle rounds, which are in the center of the room. This area is a custom area with lockers above and three magnum display rows down below.
This is a commercial retail stacker three-column that is along one of the walls. We have a commercial retail stacker five-column and a corner curved corner with a display rack that goes alongside the commercial stackers.
This wall has stackable case storage. The case storage has individual bottles in between. We have a two-column commercial stacker on the right, as well as shelving that is attached to the walls that can be moved around.
This is your cash wrap. The backside of the cash wrap is shown with adjustable shelves on either side, a cabinet, and two drawers.
We have incorporated the use of real wine barrels, cutting them in half for the ends of the cash wrap and also right along the end of the front. Here we have a commercial retail stacker three-column.
You see your overhead view in 3D, the one side wall, the back of the cash wrap, and the cash wrap itself. We also used a reclaimed wine barrel tabletop on the cash wrap.
Here is the rest of the wine room in 3D, the lockers, and the magnums. I do want to get some photographs of the completed cellar, so I’m skipping through this as quickly as I can.
Here is your completed cellar. We’re showing parts of the cellar. These are your display with the corner. We have the commercial wine racks – commercial aisles, the commercial rounds, the cash wrap, and a few more pictures here including the lockers with the magnum bottles.
Hope you enjoyed what you saw, the design, and the racking done in premium redwood with rustic stain and lacquer.
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