Bechers Brook has been handmade from a piece of seasoned Cotswold oak. Felled on a large farm in the village of Dixton, Gloucestershire approximately 7 miles north of Cheltenham. The farm occupies a prominent position next to the very grand Dixton Manor.
Originally used for the rearing of beef cattle the farm over time diversified. Eventually there was the addition of stables which now house several horses. The Cotswold oak tree was felled by the farmer & has been left to season for a number of years.
Named after the infamous Grand National fence Becher’s Brook the 6th fence in the race. Hence this rack is able to hold 6 bottles of your favourite wine. Due to this stunning peice coming to life on the day of the Grand National we felt Becher’s Brook was a fitting name.
This unique Cotswold oak wine rack features refurbished metal ties which frame the wine bottles.