Side Apron

ADD THE BACK. All that's left to complete the v,-re rack is to cut the back panel (N) to size from Vi" plywood. The back is held in place with screws, but no glue. 1 his way, you can remove it anv time you'd like.

APPLY THE FINISH. Before attaching the back, you U v.-ant to apply a finish to all the part- first. Once that's complete, reassemble the dividers and slip it in place (see photo below). Finally, screw the back on and you're ready to slip your wine bottles in place — and mavbe even relax with a glass of your favorite. ESS

piece, "wrap" it around the base panel, and then glue it in place.

ATTACH THE BASE. Attaching the base to the case is just a matter of screwing it from the bottom, as shown in details 'a' and 'b' above. Just don't tighten the screws too much. Since you don't need the positioning plates for the wine rack, tightening the screws too much can pu)l the bottom down and bow the case.

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