Wine Racks for Bars, Restaurants & Shops

Tailor-made commercial wine racks.

Our innovative designs provide the space to store a large stock of wine, or for displaying the wines for sale. We provide bespoke commercial wine racks to meet the needs of the retailer or restaurateur.

Our expert design team closely works with our customers to create a product that meets their needs.

We offer a design, manufacture and fitting service, meaning we can easily install the finished product within your commercial premises.

A & W Moore have years of expertise in providing some of the best restaurants, bars and shops in the UK with wine racking solutions for display purposes or for back-of-house bulk storage.

Depending on your preferences, we have an extensive range of wine racks available in several different high-quality materials, including pine, oak and metal. All of our products can be customised in different finishes, colours and with additional features such as backs, tops and plinths, if necessary.

Below is a range of pictures showing the different designs of commercial wine racks that we have manufactured for our customers over the years.

Commercial wine racks inspiration

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Wine rack design guide for restaurants and bars

Designing commercial wine racks is a real challenge, balancing the mix of aesthetics with practicalities. Here is a bit of a step-by-step guide to help you get the right wine rack for your establishment.

  1. How important is wine to your customers: Wine is a vital part of a meal for most customers. A wine enthusiast will be more likely to book, enjoy and return to a restaurant or bar that has an impressive wine collection. If this is the case for your establishment, then consider making your wine collection highly visible.
  2. Define your aesthetic: Consider the overall theme and ambiance of your restaurant. The materials and design of your wine rack should complement the existing décor and contribute to your venues brand.
  3. Assess your space: Take accurate measurements of the area where you intend to install the wine rack. Consider factors such as available wall space, ceiling height, and traffic flow to determine the optimal size and shape of the rack.
  4. Determine capacity: Estimate the number of wine bottles you need to store based on your restaurant’s wine list and anticipated demand. This will help you determine the size and configuration of the wine rack.
  5. Choose materials: Select high-quality materials that align with your restaurant’s style and budget. Common options include wood, metal, and glass. Each material offers unique aesthetic and functional qualities, so choose one that best suits your needs.
  6. Consider customization: Think about incorporating custom elements into your wine rack design to make it stand out. This could include personalized engraving, lighting features, or decorative accents that reflect your restaurant’s brand identity.
  7. Plan the layout: Determine the layout of your wine rack, taking into account factors such as bottle orientation, spacing between shelves, and accessibility for staff and customers. Consider incorporating different storage options, such as individual bottle slots, diamond bins, or display shelves for featured wines.
  8. Ensure stability and safety: Prioritize structural integrity and safety in your design to prevent accidents and damage to your wine collection. Ensure that the wine rack is securely anchored to the wall or floor and can withstand the weight of the bottles. Also consider the dangers of a tall wine rack.
  9. Seek professional expertise: If you’re not confident in your design or construction skills, consider hiring a professional designer or contractor to bring your vision to life. They can offer valuable insights and expertise to ensure that your wine rack meets your specifications and exceeds your expectations.

By following these steps and paying attention to detail, you can design a wine rack that not only showcases your wine collection but also enhances the dining experience for your customers.