By Maleah Robledo. Wine Cellar Accessories. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 10:24:03 AM.
There are also slightly larger wine racks that have a table built into them and often include storage for wine glasses. These hold more bottles than the traditional tabletop variety and provide a beautiful piece of home décor. This style of wine rack is generally designed so you are able to stand or sit around it and enjoy wine with family and friends. If you are a more serious wine collector, these smaller racks will probably not be big enough for you. They are also not ideal for long-term storage since their presence in your dining room or kitchen does not allow for the same level of control over temperature, humidity and sunlight.
Some wines taste the best only when they are served chilled. Putting these kinds of wines in the cellar fridge will enhance the wines taste and feel when you uncork the bottle for your guests. The other option is to install an integrated cooling and humid control unit in your place for your wine. This way you can control the temperature and humidity for the entire cellar area giving your expensive wine bottles the utmost best environment to become even more fine in taste.
If you love wine, then you know a good wine is made better based on how you store it. There are several ways you can store wine to help lengthen its shelf life and help it age in optimal conditions. You can purchase wine refrigerators and coolers to chill your wine and keep it in the short term, but if you want to store a larger amount of wine for longer (and cheaper), wine racks are your best option. There are several ways proper storage helps wine mature well over the months and years. Racks and cellars help by:
There are also types of smaller wall-mounted racks that provide you with wall décor in any room in your home. When you use wall-mounted racks in your kitchen or dining room, you will still run into problems with light and temperature control, so be sure you aren’t using these racks for the sole purpose of aging. Another draw-back of wall-mounted racks is the installation and hardware. You have to be comfortable putting nails, screws and other hardware into your walls. You will also find it more difficult to take your racks with you if you ever choose to move to a new home.
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