"I had an unusually-sized space that I wanted to fill with a custom wine rack. Having placed the order online I was contacted by the company promptly to discuss what would and wouldn't work because of maxima involved both in construction and shipping. The order was amended and filled promptly, and I am very pleased with the quality of the product, which required only minimal adjustment on site which was easy to achieve."
Mark - Surrey, 1st February '15
"After careful measurement of the space available and a chat regarding colour with your representative on the phone, we ordered a rack 4 bottles wide by 7 high. It arrived exactly on time, fully assembled, and it fitted the space with 1 cm to spare.
Malcolm Chisholm - Southport, 24th December '13
"I had a space on top of a wall cupboard in our kitchen. Perfect for a made to measure wine rack - 2 bottles deep and 10 bottles wide.
Drinkstuff have made and delivered this product for me. Great quality, brilliant value and excellent customer service too. Delighted!"
Chris Wiggins - London, 5th January '11
"Speedy and efficient service."
Mr D Hatton - Cheshire, 8th December '10
"Excellent and prompt service, we decided the rack would be too heavy to screw to the wall so have placed it on top of a low cupboard instead and freed up the wall for some other use.
The holes in the metal frame didn't look big enough to take a large size screw which is what would have been required to fix it into the wall (which is what we had previously with a different style of rack)."
Gillian Beauchamp - Low Fell, Tyne & Wear, 22nd March '10
Drinkstuff says: Many thanks for your comments Gillian. The eyelets in the racking are intended for fixing to a wall to add extra stability. Due to the weight, the racking filled with bottles is not recommended to be attached to the wall without support underneath.
"Delivered quickly and without fuss. I can completely recommend the custom wine rack as a way of filling those odd spaces. Now all I need to do is buy some more wine!"
Sharon Kindleysides - Ely, Cambs, 23rd August '09