Wine bottles float in white oak on Vinotemp rack at KBIS 2016

LAS VEGAS - Vinotemp unveiled its proprietary Zero-G Suspended Wine System at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.  More than 100,000 attendees are expected at KBIS and the IBS Builders' Show, both opening today along with several related confabs as part of  Design & Construction Week.

Zero-G uses white oak and aluminum rods to create the illusion of floating or suspended wine bottles, though it is both secure and customizable. The racks are custom designed and finished at Vinotemp’s bespoke Southern California manufacturing facility, and is constructed using handcrafted precision construction methods, white oak blocks and 3/8” aluminum rods.

The oak blocks may be stained or painted in the clients color choice. To personalize further, the Zero-G unit can be designed to accommodate varying bottle sizes.

“The trend towards contemporary and minimal design aesthetics in residential design continues to gain popularity, while private wine collecting and investing continues to increase at the same pace. Today’s modern home owners are looking for innovative wine bottle storage options that properly cellar their selection while providing an enticing visual display for family and friends,” says India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp.


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Bill wrote for, FDMC and Closets & Organized Storage magazines. 

Bill's background includes more than 10 years in print manufacturing management, followed by more than 30 years in business reporting on industrial manufacturing in the forest products industries, including printing and packaging at American Printer (Features Editor) and Graphic Arts Monthly (Editor in Chief) magazines; and in secondary wood manufacturing for

Bill was deeply involved with the launches of the Woodworking Network Leadership Forum, and the 40 Under 40 Awards programs. He currently reports on technology and business trends and develops conference programs.

In addition to his work as a journalist, Bill supports efforts to expand and improve educational opportunities in the manufacturing sectors, including 10 years on the Print & Graphics Scholarship Foundation; six years with the U.S. WoodLinks; and currently on the Woodwork Career Alliance Education Committee. He is also supports the Greater West Town Training Partnership Woodworking Program, which has trained more than 950 adults for industrial wood manufacturing careers. 

Bill volunteers for Foinse Research Station, a biological field station staddling the border of Ireland and Northern Ireland, one of more than 200 members of the Organization of Biological Field Stations.