By Ashley Corey. Wine Cellar Accessories. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 15:26:31 PM.
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.
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.
If you want to go for a wine cellar then there are some basic accessories which you will need to know about. It has to be cold, dark and humid to give those expensive bottles of wine the perfect storage environment. Wines require a specific temperature to be stored in. Wines also taste better with age and so if you buy expensive bottles of wine then you need to make sure they are stored in the temperature conditions most suited to them. You will have to get a wine cellar fridge for the area.
There are many different kinds of wine cellars, there are case storages, triangular shelves, curved corners, half weights and many others. The advantage of having a wine cellar is that you don't have to go out and get a bottle of wine every time you are ready to sit down and eat, or want to enjoy a glass. Some of the popular wine cellar accessories are metal racking, kneeling butlers, wine chillers, wine coolers, decorative bottle corkers, corkscrews, wine tags, bottle openers, and wine markers. The great thing about wine cellars is that you can sit back and enjoy a bottle of wine that you chose from you wine cellar. Bottles should be stored on their side so that the cork remains moist and they should also not be exposed to vibration or temperature change.
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