"We have a wine/beer/drinks fridge and had a problem with bottles rolling around, after a quick internet search, hey presto, found these on drinkstuff... this simple design does exactly what you expect and want it to do... the simplicity of this products makes it all the better!"
Sarah H - North Yorkshire, 14th January
"The RakaStaka wine racks I ordered were really well packaged and arrived very quickly. They look really strong and well made, and although I bought them for our home, I would be very happy to give or receive these as a gift."
Tess Murison - Lincolnshire, 1st January '12
"Excellent idea, fits great in your fridge and keeps your wine in a neat pile on one side, instead of rolling about, giving you more space. Great value for money."
Karen Wood - Crewe, Cheshire, 13th December '11
"These wine stacks look really nice and are quite sturdy but I found they didn't hold the bottles very securely. There was a bit of a problem if you wanted the bottle of wine that was at the bottom of the stack as they all fell over.
I put mine on top of the kitchen cupboards which meant I had to stand on a footstool to pull out the bottle and this was quite difficult as I felt that the bottles were not very secure."
Alison Yates - High Peak, 24th February '11
Drinkstuff says: Many thanks for your comments Alison. The RakaStaka is intended as a simple and cost effective solution to storing wine bottles, making it easier to store wine without taking up too much space. The RakaStaka is ideal for use in a fridge, or on an easily accessible counter-top.
"Very simple but effective wine rack - particularly good if you have bought more than normal and need some extra storage. A good idea to mix up the layers as you can only remove bottles from the top."
Helen Taylor - Perthshire, 19th February '11
"Very useful. Looks nice and is very practical."
Mairi Cranie - Paisley, 14th February '11
"Takes up absolutely no room at all, but does the job required of it magnificently; 10/10."
Grace McNair - Bellshill, 29th June '09
"Great product; great price; they even look good empty but far better filled."
George Low - Broughty Ferry, Angus, 24th June '09