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There is much more to life than a good wine, and an equally good looking wine rack, when there’s the making of the rack itself. This new design holds four bottles and wine glasses all in one place. Paul wanted to challenge you with the joinery and he thinks this design hits the spot in many ways. From bent lamination in contrasting woods to twin tenons and mitred joint lines, front and back, this project has its hidden range of complexities. In reality, though, it’s quite a simple project to build. Using mostly offcuts from other projects, this wine rack becomes an inexpensive gift to make and, with its unique joinery concepts, the wine rack has a solidity that makes it an heirloom quality project.