Diamond Wine Cubes




Store, Age and Display your wine in style with the new Diamond Wine Cube from Wine Stash.

Designed to accommodate up to 35 bottles of your best wine in a unique diamond pattern.

Engineered with 100% FSC® Certified timber and sturdy steel components these new and upgraded winecubes are designed to last a lifetime. Now available in: Natural Finish, Black Onyx Finish, Rustic Hardwood and an American Walnut.

In addition, due to their square shape, multiple units can be effortlessly stacked together to create a feature wall. You can also view our range of cellar kits here.

  • The fully assembled measurements of this wine rack are:
    • Length: 60cm
    • Width: 30cm
    • Height: 60cm

    With a total capacity of 35 bottles wine. Or 24 Magnum Bottles.

  • This wine rack requires at home assembly which will only take a couple of minutes to complete. Engineered with new and improved steel fixings, these wine racks are designed to last a lifetime.


  • Did you know:
    • This Wine Rack is made from 100% sustainably sourced FSC® Certified Timber.
    • Everything from design to manufacturing to delivery is 100% Carbon Neutral.
    • All of our Wine Racks are assembled by hand with care by the Wine Stash team.


    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Kate P.
    Looks OK but doesn't hold the advertised number of bottles

    On the positive side, it looks nice and was pretty quick and easy to assemble (except for the very bent panel mentioned below)

    On the down side ...
    1. One wooden panel came extremely bent which made it much more difficult than it should have been to align the holes to assemble.
    2. The niches where each edge of the diamond sit aren't as flush and neat as in the website pictures so it looks a bit rough.
    3. Most importantly, I'm not sure how you're supposed to fit the advertised 35 bottles in this shape. The max I've managed is 29 bottles before they all collapse and topple out (not fun!). It just doesn't stabilise the bottles to stack to full capacity.

    I'd stick to the standard lattice in future.

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