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Project by ralbuck posted 210 days ago 905 views 6 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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I have seen 6 pack carriers here all the time, but no wine carriers.As we are close to alot of wineries and have a varied local selection, I thought that I would give one a try.

It is designed to hole the semi-standard 750 ml bottles.

Made from new fence cedar! About a buck and 3/4 for each 6 footer. So material cost is low. Then finished with a “mini-wax-soak-in stain”. This one is called gunstock.

Moght have ended up straighter with “FULL” wine bottles.

Was more work than it looks likel but, every project is.

-- just rjR





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Von

189 posts in 849 days


#1 posted 210 days ago

Awesome, I dabble in wine-making a bit and cedar is one of my favorite woods to work with. But around here the prices on any cedar wood is insane. Keep up the fine work!

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bushmaster

171 posts in 918 days


#2 posted 210 days ago

great to see another one of your projects, quess you are getting prerpared for a long hot summer, you will not go thirsty with all your carriers.

-- Brian - Hazelton, British Columbia

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Tommy

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#3 posted 210 days ago

Looks great ralbuck! I think fence cedar is great! I sided my shed with it 9 months ago by overlapping boards. It looks great and hasn’t let in any rain. I need to post some pics one of these days. Cheap, functional solutions are my favorite!

-- Tommy

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