Tips for Storing Wine at Home

Lovers of fine furniture, like the beautiful Italian lines offered by Berloni America, are often also purveyors of fine wines. However, many times people do not realize the importance of proper wine storage and how it is properly done. There is no substitute for wine storage with proper wine temperature and the only way this can be achieved is through a wine cellar or wine room with a cooling unit. The easiest and quickest method for wine storage and wine cooling is to buy a wine cellar. Wine cellars can be found in stores or even online at affordable prices. A wine cellar offers not only a place to store as many bottles of wine as capacity will hold, but also a place to keep your wine cool and away from the sun light. These units can be built in any room in the house it does not have to be under ground just as long as it stays out of direct sunlight.

Once you've selected where you want the wine cellar you simply construct it or set it up. There is a growing trend where most wine cellars look more like large wine cabinets. These particular types of wine cellars can hold anywhere between 300-5,000 bottles, depending on the size you are looking for. Typically they just snap and seal together with ease or can even be purchased pre-built, but expect a higher shipping price for larger units.

Another way to store and preserve wine is by use of a cooling unit. Cooling units are affordable, about the size of a small air conditioner, and are easy to install into any room with little effort. You can install a wine-cooling unit into a wine cellar or into a wine room, depending on your size needs. Cooling units can cool 75 cubic ft. to 3,000 cubic ft. and higher.

Whether you use a cooling unit or a wine cellar, or the combination of both to achieve the perfect temperature and storage for your wine collection, it will add life to your wine and help you to store any amount for years to come.

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