There are varieties of different woods that you can choose for your custom wine rack. The two most popular are redwood and pine as they are among the most versatile and durable. Attributes of both include:
Redwood: This type of wood repels moisture and mildew and is popular among experienced wine enthusiasts. Redwood wine racks work best in dark, damp wine cellars.
Pine: This is one of the most affordable types of wood and can be stained to match more expensive wood types (cherry, mahogany, etc.). It has more of a rustic style and has the versatility to be stored in a wine cellar or interior wine room area.
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