Best Tabletop Wine Racks (Review)

I have done extensive research to help you choose the best tabletop wine rack out of 11 different models. Find out which tabletop wine racks you should consider and which ones to avoid!:

#1 SODUKU Countertop Wine Rack

SODUKU countertop wine rack is made of metal and wood. It can hold 6 bottles of wine without any wobbliness. Regular sized bottles fit well however the holes might be too small for unusually large/thick ones. At the bottom corners SODUKU wine rack has small pads for grip so it’s pretty stable. It doesn’t require assembly and feels pretty sturdy.

Being 7.5 inches wide, 7.88 inches long and 13.6 inches high SODUKU wine rack is compact and doesn’t take much countertop space.


 

#2 Tooarts Cat Shaped Tabletop Wine Holder

Tooarts wine holder is of cute cat shape. It’s made from chrome plated iron. It can hold only 1 bottle whereas other units can hold multiple for similar or lower price so this one might not offer the best value for money but it’s really adorable and works great as a piece of decor (especially if you love cats). Labels are also easy to read as the ”cat hands” and “cat tail” that holds the bottle barely covers anything.

Overall quality is good and Tooarts wine holder is a bit heavier than it looks like which is a good thing since it’s stable and not tipsy.

Tooarts wine holder is 4.6 inches long, 4.3 inches wide and 13 inches high. It weighs 17.71 oz (502 grams).


 

#3 Buruis Countertop Wine Rack

Buruis wine rack is made of powder coated metal and holds up to 6 bottles of wine. Bigger bottles might not fit but the standard sized ones will fit without any problems. Wine rack looks great and feels sturdy.

Buruis wine rack is 11.8 inches wide, 8 inches long and 6.8 inches high. It’s shipped already assembled.


 

#4 Sorbus Bamboo Foldable Tabletop Wine Rack

Sorbus Bamboo wine rack is made out of bamboo and holds up to 6 wine bottles. It’s well made and quality is good for the price. It’s wide and tall enough for all labels to be easily seen/read.

When unfolded Sorbus Bamboo wine rack is 14 inches wide, 8 inches long and 8 inches high making it pretty compact. When not in use you can fold it – it’s 14 inches wide, 11 inches long and 2.75 inches high in folded position. It doesn’t require any assembly.


 

#5 HB Design Co. Countertop Wine Rack

HB Design Co. wine rack is made of matte black powder coated iron and holds up to 9 wine bottles. On the top you can store oversized bottles, however in the other 7 slots only standard sized bottles will fit (with diameter of 3.4 inches or less). Wine rack works well if you fill it up completely or close to it, however with only 1 or few bottles it can be tipsy and you might have to balance it so it doesn’t tip over.

HB Design Co. wine rack is 14 inches long, 7.5 inches deep and 7 inches high.


 

#6 ELTOW Modular Plastic Tabletop Wine Rack

ELTOW wine racks are made of BPA free plastic. They are stackable and are sold as 3 or 5 units.

Each unit holds 1 wine bottle and is 3.8 inches wide, 8 inches long and 4 inches high. They fill well made and pretty sturdy.


 

#7 PAG Metal Tabletop Wine Rack

PAG wine rack is made of metal wire and can hold 7 standard sized wine bottles (with a diameter of 3.46 inches or less).

PAG wine rack is easy to assemble but you should balance it on even surface before tightening screws. Quality control is not the best so actual build quality varies between different units. Some of them can be quite uneven and wobbly, others less so but they are still not of great build quality.

Assembled PAG wine rack is 12 inches wide, 6.45 inches deep and 12.74 inches high.

Overall there are better wine racks for similar pricing.


 

#8 Sorbus Butterfly Tabletop Wine Rack

Sorbus Butterfly wine rack can hold 8 wine bottles. It works well with slim regular sized bottles but you won’t be able to fit thicker ones.

It requires some assembly but wine rack is easy to put together – you will need a screwdriver though. Wood quality isn’t of high quality though so be careful when assembling the unit as it might split. Once assembled it’s reasonably sturdy and looks great however you have to understand that for the price you can’t expect excellent build quality with a shape this complicated.

Sorbus Butterfly wine rack is 17.25 inches wide, 4 inches long and 11.5 inches high (approximately).

Overall it would be advisable to pass on this wine rack as there are better ones available for similar pricing.


 

#9 Intriom Tabletop Wine Rack

Intriom wine rack is made out of organic bamboo and holds up to 8 bottles of wine. Quality is mediocre and it’s not sturdy, wood is prone to chipping and splitting. Construction doesn’t feel as secure as desired.

Intriom wine rack requires assembly but it’s rather easy to do and takes less than 5 minutes to complete.

Intriom wine rack is 18.25 inches long, 6.5 inches wide and 13.75 inches high.

Overall this wine rack is not a great choice as there are better ones for similar pricing.


 

#10 J.K. Adams Hardwood 6-Bottle Wine Rack

J.K. Adams wine rack is handcrafted in USA and holds 6 wine bottles. Not heavy duty but it’s reasonably sturdy. Not the best looking wine rack too but that’s subjective.

It does require some assembly and although it isn’t terribly difficult it can be a bit tricky.

Overall it would be a smart choice to choose a different wine rack.


 

#11 COSTWAY Tabletop Wine Rack

COSTWAY wine rack is made of bamboo and can hold up to 12 wine bottles. Bamboo however isn’t of high quality, it’s not sturdy and can crack rather easily. COSTWAY wine rack is stable though and doesn’t wobble. It looks good too!

COSTWAY wine rack is easy to assemble. It weighs 3.5 lbs and is 23.5 inches wide, 9.5 inches long and 10 inches high.

Overall this wine rack cannot be recommended due to its quality being less than desired.

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