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Where and How to Store Wine

Having trouble trying to find where you should store your wine collection at? I have some tips that may help you with this task. Ask yourself the following questions before we begin. How many bottles of wine do you own or do you want to store? Where exactly in the house will I be storing my wine collection or outside the house if that applies to you? After asking yourself those two questions you'll be able to figure out what is the best wine storage option for you.

You can store wine in a cool basement, a rented facility or in your own customized wine room. If you decide to store wine in a rented facility make sure you are storing an ample amount of wine otherwise it could be too expensive for what you want to do. Once you have selected a location simply choose the amount you want to store. If you are storing 100-1000 bottle I recommend storing the wine at home in a cool basement using a pre-standing wine cellar. They can be expensive but also inexpensive depending on your needs. If the amount of wine you are storing is a very small portion you can just set up wine racks in a cool basement and store them there. Keep in mind that if you plan to store wine for a very long time anything over 5 years I recommend a wine cooling storage unit so that it will preserve the wine longer by keeping it cooler. These units can be called wine cellarsComputer Technology Articles, wine cabinets and wine refrigerators and all doing about the same thing and that is storing and cooling your collection.

If you plan to store 5000 bottles of wine or more you might consider either renting space or building a wine room. You can build a wine room yourself or hire someone to do it. A wine room does not need to be elaborate it just needs to accommodate your collection and have a cooling unit or large wine cellars installed into the room. If you use a cooling unit (much like an air conditioner for wine) you may set up racks throughout the room to provide enough storage space.

Here are some final tips for wine storage to remember. Always store your bottles of wine laying on their side and this applies to the bottle being on a wine rack or in a wine cellars or similar type of storage etc. Storing wine up right may cause any sediment to form and harden at the bottom of the bottle. This holds true especially in expensive bottles of red wine. Keep your collection in not only a cool place but dark and avoid the sunlight at all cost for it may age your wine or disrupt the balance of the wine making it taste different. If at all possible avoid storage your wine near or around strong vibrations because this to may disrupt the balance of the wine and change or distort its taste.

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