Wine cabinets from Brandenberry Amish Furniture come in a variety of designs. Plus, Amish artisans custom-craft each unit. So they’re eye-catching, practical and built to last. Discover which one is the best for your home – and the way you entertain.
The Bryant Wine Cabinet with Chiller makes it stylish, easy – and fun – to store your wine at the correct temperature and serve it to friends and family. And the cabinet is the epitome of fine cabinetmaking. So check out the fluted columns at the front. Plus the raised […]Details
Elegant turned posts accent the beautiful Harvest Buffet with Wine Rack.Details
The Jacoby Wine Server seamlessly blends elegance and tradition.Details
Sleek hardware and a sturdy wine rack accent the Lisa Wine CabinetDetails
Overview With its rich blend of mortise and tenon construction and handcrafted finishes, the McCoy Wine Rack Clock might be inspired by Old World tradition but it’s made for the modern world. Under the Clock features an elegant 12 wine rack made of solid wood with finishing touch of a […]Details
You will find fine Amish Craftsmanship and elegant style in the McCoy Wine Server.Details
A wine connoisseur’s dream, the Monroe Wine Cabinet is loaded with the features you need to entertain with confidence. So check out its great design. Plus its impeccable craftsmanship. And also its solid hardwood construction. You’ll agree the Monroe Wine Cabinet is sure to enhance the great times plus upscale […]Details
Amish Wine Cabinets by Brandenberry
Brandenberry Amish Furniture’s Wine Cabinets offer an elegant and functional way to store your wine bottles, wine glasses and other wine-related items. As you can see, we offer wine cabinets in a variety of styles and designs, including Shaker and Mission. Also, you can select a unit with or without a wine cooler. Numerous other options are available. They include your choice of wood species plus stain, paint and dye. Also hardware and finished size.
Bottom line: We’ll do everything to ensure the wine cabinet you choose will be just the way you like it.
Skilled Amish cabinetmakers painstakingly handcraft each unit. And they use hardwoods like oak, cherry and maple. So with proper care, the wine cabinet you choose should help keep spirits high in your home for generations to come.