Don’t just store it. Celebrate it!
Born from a pedigree of the highest quality millwork and interior design, we at Liquid Systems are obsessed with providing the best wine racking solution and service in the market. Not content with existing racks in the market from a quality, finish, or design standpoint, we set out to create the best. An unwavering dedication to the details has guided us along the way: precise manufacturing tolerances, the beauty of brushed anodized aluminum, the quiet and secure bottle-to-rack interface.
Based in beautiful Squamish, BC, Liquid Systems is a modular wine racking display and storage system, created by owners Chris Polley and Joel Trigg. After years of collaboration in expert millwork and interior design, their frustration at the lack of a premium storage product for wine and other bottled beverages led to the inevitable.
Working initially out of Joel’s home garage, the first prototypes of their modular aluminum display and storage solution started taking shape in 2011. The design brief was to create an adaptable, easily configured system that can be manipulated to suit each project’s unique size, orientation and finished colour requirements. To meet their exacting tolerances and QC expectations, the raw material was sourced from Utah – the only option that would allow them to stay true to their vision and create the best-in-market product that is 100% North America made.
In collaboration with their design and architectural millwork careers, the increasing number of Liquid Systems installations in high-end residential projects enabled investment in a 12,000sq foot design and milling shop. North American trade shows started to generate demand among wine cellar businesses and architectural hardware dealers alike, not to mention the exponential recognition within the design community.
Today, Liquid Systems is primarily a made-to-order solution for custom-configured wine racking systems for local and international projects. Get inspired and configure your modular, storage, and display system now.