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Vmark Designs Releases New Wall Mounted Wine Rack
The Vmark Designs wall mounted wine rack has a number of features that differentiate it from other products in the wine display and storage market. The Vmark Designs wine rack is black in color, which matches most any décor. It is of all metal construction, with a durable powder coat finish, and holds the majority of 750 ml wine bottles. The Vmark Designs wine rack shelves are set at specific angle that allows all wine labels to be read easily without having to take them off the rack. This wine rack is made in the USA and installs quickly and easily with only two screws. All mounting hardware is included.
The Vmark Designs wine rack is available in both six and twelve bottle versions. The six bottle version uses only ten inches of vertical wall space, and the twelve bottle version uses only twenty vertical inches. The spacing between the shelves is designed to make the wine rack modular, meaning you can add more at any time, while maintaining the same distance between shelves. The distance it extends from the wall is less than the length of one wine bottle, but each shelf holds three bottles.
Vmark Designs was founded by Mark and Bob Voytilla when Mark heard his father Bob expressing his dissatisfaction with the wine racks currently on the market. As an engineering student and amateur artist, Mark felt that he could build a better wine rack, bringing function to form, while maintaining an affordable price point. Bob, ever the businessman, vsxvo helped him to start a company while Mark worked on the design and his friends designed the logo, took photos, developed the packaging and marketing. Vmark is also working on a tabletop version of their unique wine rack. They recently launched a website, http://www.thewineracks.com, where customers can buy online with free shipping. “This has been a really fun project to work on for me. I'm excited to help these talented young people get real world business experience, while at the same time solving a problem I had in finding a wine rack to my liking.” explained Bob Voytilla.