By Serena Tomlin. Wine Cellar Accessories. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 20:26:56 PM.
Having a wine decanter in your personal cellar is a great idea if you like your wine served to your guests directly from the cellar itself. When you know a certain bottle is going to be opened soon you are able place it in the decanter till it is aerated. The aerated bottle which contains wine can be served to your special guests in a jiffy and directly from the cellar. You will have the most worthwhile wine cellar with the many useful wine cellar accessories available today and with just the right kind of effort you will be the envy of every other wine collector.
Tabletop & Countertop Wine Racks: Another great option for the casual wine drinker is a tabletop rack. These racks generally hold fewer bottles than floor or wall-mounted racks. The casual collector can store a few bottles at once on their tabletop wine rack, making this style of storage perfect for people who live in apartments or smaller homes. If you can’t install a wine room or cellar, tabletop wine racks allow you to easily grab a bottle of wine and pop it in the refrigerator to chill when company comes over.
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.
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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