Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 09:48:03 AM. . By Mariam Dinh.
They can also be built as part of the cabinets in the kitchen or any other room. Built-in wine storage with the temperature and humidity controlled is among the fastest growing trends in wine collecting today. Wine cabinets can serve many a purpose, ranging from wine displays and wine storage to serving even as a wine cellar with proper humidity, temperature and light control required for long-term storage and maturation. The most well-designed and attractive wine cabinets will combine many different features such as a storage compartment with scalloped or circular racks, stemware racks, accessory drawers or compartments and a serving top.
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.
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