By Davina Barkley. Wine Cellar Accessories. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 04:20:44 AM.
To store wines in your the cellar you will obviously require wine racks. Now how you want these racks to be placed in is your own individual choice. The most common way of building these racks is having them up against the wall. You can buy already made wine racks and get them fitted in your cellar or you can custom make these racks but make sure they are made from sturdy material.
When you are deciding which type of wine rack to purchase, there are several things to consider, such as: The number of bottles you currently store; If you want to grow your collection; The amount of space you have for storage in your home; The amount of money you’re willing to invest in storage and your collection. By prioritizing and understanding exactly what your requirements are, you are much more likely to invest in a wine rack style that is perfect for your needs. Below, we have listed five common styles of wine racks, what their benefits and drawbacks are, and what type of wine collector would be best suited to the wine rack style.
If you like to store bottles at home then it is a good idea to convert your basement area or some spare room inside your home into a well placed cellar. There are certain requirements for a cellar for wines. The cellar area has to be humid, cold and dark. Wines need to be stored at specific temperatures and hence proper care should be taken about the temperature conditions in order not to ruin the expensive bottles.
Now that you have an idea of the quantity of wine to store, and the size of your space, it is time to start browsing. If you have a small amount to store and no floor space, a hanging wine rack would work best. You can find hanging racks made of wood or metal. Some may have shelves above for storage, or may simply hold bottles. They come in designs ranging from vintage to traditional to modern. If you have a small amount of wine and are looking for something more traditional, try a wine holder that stands. Some are made just to hold wine, or some have table tops like a small end table. You may also look into caddies that allow enough space for pouring drinks on the top surface and storage below.
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