Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 13:30:35 PM. . By Genevieve Rust.
The cellar door helps maintain the balance of temperature and humidity in a wine cellar by sealing in the air. Regulated temperature slows down the wine's aging process resulting in great flavors, colors and aromas. Maintained humidity level keeps the cork's moisture, thus preventing wine damage due to oxidation. If you don't have the proper door, there will be wine spoilage or damage, which of course you don't want to happen.
Time Tested Old World Methods Coupled with the Latest Technology. Wine cellar doors must be weather-stripped, insulated and durable enough to prevent warping, which can be avoided if you construct the joints properly. The most familiar types of wood joints used are dovetail, butt, tongue and groove, rabbet, dado, lap, mortis and tendon, and miter but the most widely used is Mortise and Tenon. It has been the method of choice by woodworkers for centuries because it is simple to do and yet so durable.
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