This is a work in progress - my liquor collection has been taking up a large chunk of the floor in the dining room. It is now a work in progress to get it organized on some metro shelving that will live in the dining room until the basement reno gets finished (hell hasn't frozen over quite yet).
I hoping to find some bins to hold collections of bottles on the shelving - there are a couple already, but none are quite what I'm after.
The metro system has basket style shelves for this system (I have posted pictures of it before but enclosed a couple of better ones). That way you don't really need separate bins. I find these shelves far more reassuring when I pile my booze in them. To be honest I am not sure why more people don't use something like this! Flat open shelves make me very nervous. One bump and I have committed alcohol abuse in a massive fashion! Unfortunately I am getting beyond capacity again, (my bourbon shelf is overflowing and I have resort to stacking bottles on bottles with more boxes starting to pile up on the floor) so I may have to buy another shelf system soon.
I cut thin sheets of particle board to make the shelf bottom smooth and help the bottles stand up evenly.
Don't know if it goes with your decor but plastic milk crates might make another option for use as bins (downside is that they don't show off the bottles well). These days they come in a variety of colors (I have several black one that I use) and I find them handy for moving multiple bottles up from the basement to main floor.