Outdoor Wine Caddy

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With Mother’s Day coming up I wanted to build something nice for the mother of my children. Knowing how much of a sucker she can be for a view and a good glass of wine, I decided on this outdoor wine caddy. It not only looks great but it is very functional and will definitely keep your wine safe!

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  • Brad

    If i were to build this with a bottom board (for use on a deck or patio) instead of a spike, what size would you recommend to prevent tipping? 12″ square?

    • Good idea Brad, I would say an 8″ to 12″ square base would be sufficient

      • Brad

        I went ahead with 12″ base, made from the same 1×4 boards instead of a flat board like a plywood. I figured this would look better. I pocket screwed and glued the 4.25″ boards to the side of the 12″ board, to make it 12″ x 12″. Also made the 2×2 post 16″ long. I stained with Dark Walnut as well.

        I will see how my wife likes it come mothers day! Thanks for the idea.

  • Nate Scoles

    This was an amazing idea and decided to attempt.. My wife couldn’t be happier..
    Thanks for the great plans and ideas..

    Nate in Montana

  • Lisa Peterson Harvey

    I would love to make this! But i don’t have a bandsaw or sander. Would it just take a bit more time? I have also seen a metal spike sandwiched between boards instead of the wood spike?

    • Brad

      I used a jigsaw instead of a bandsaw, it just took a little longer and caused little more sanding. Also you have to be patient with a jigsaw as if you force the blade in any direction other than straight, it has a tendency to bend resulting in cuts that are not square.

      • Jigsaw is great if you don’t have a bandsaw. I’ve used a jigsaw on a lot of my pervious projects, the blade does have a tendency to bend, but nothing a little sanding won’t fix.

  • Derrick Leland

    Huge fan of your designs and Dreaming Tree wine. Nice product placement. Celebrate we will.

    • Thanks man! We are a huge fan of any kind of wine. haha

  • Dan Martin

    Loved this plan. I lengthened the arms a bit and drilled a 2-1/2″ hole with a small shelf underneath so that it would hold a 12oz beer bottle in addition to the wine glasses. I also lengthened the 2×2 post a little taller as it matched the height of my chairs a little better.

  • Wendy Bean

    Thanks for the great! I just wanted to know how you get the “spike”/dowel to enter very hard soil. I have clay soil at home and it’s terrible to dig into and almost impenetrable in some areas. I would have to use a mallet/hammer to get it in the ground and don’t want to break the caddy. Please reply if you have the time, thanks!

    • Hey Wendy, instead of the spiked dowel you could try gluing in a small metal rod. I used wood because it looks nice but I know what you mean.

  • Peggy Sanders

    How much did it cost to make the wine stake holder?