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Wine Storage Terms to Know

Wine storage is very important for many vineyards, wine distributors, and even connoisseurs with wine cellars. Most wine needs to be stored at a certain temperature in order to assure proper aging. This is sometimes done on racks in a temperature controlled cellar, but may also be done in wooden crates or proper boxes. Many professionals devise a storage system or refrigerator unit specifically for this alcoholic beverage. You can learn more about wine storage by reviewing the terms and definitions found below.

  • Wine Cabinet – A storage system that is similar to a mini bar. This unit or cabinet often blends in with other furnishings in the room, and is crafted from wood. These box like cabinets store different numbers of bottles, depending on their design and size.
  • Commercial Island Rack – This is a large unit made from wood that sits in the center of a floor for easy viewing and access. It can hold and store hundreds of bottles in various rows and columns. These island racks are often used in stores and supermarkets.
  • Segmented Corner Rack – A fairly small and affordable storage unit for a few bottles. These are usually attractive and provide a custom look to the room. It is common to find segmented corner racks in residential homes.
  • Bordeaux Bottle – This is a wine bottle that has straight sides and tall shoulders. It is typically made with dark green glass, and houses dry red or white wines. This bottle type is widely used in Italy, and is not suitable for sweet wines since it is dark in color.
  • Agglomerate Straight Cork – This is a cork closure that is crafted from agglomerate cork. Its granules are three to seven millimeters, and this type is not as effective for wine storage as natural corks.
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    There are many ways to store wine which is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grape juice. Individuals who have a specialized wine cellar space in their home can store wine there, while smaller wine refrigerators provide chilling storage for those with a little less space. Sold in boxes or bottles, wine is available for purchase through liquor stores, wholesale clubs, restaurants, vineyards, and even bottles from home wine tastings. Once you purchase wine, which can range in price from a few dollars a bottle to hundreds for a bottle, you'll need a place to properly store it until you decide to consume it. Whether for gourmet or cheap wine, storage for this beverage can range from cabinets and fridges to cellars and racks. There are so many options available for home and commercial use, such as tabletop, standing, hanging, and wall mounted racks. You can also choose from stylish bins, cubes, columns, containers, and shelf storage when wondering how to outfit your private bar area. Rack kits, custom storage solutions, coolers, and even wine barrel furniture all present additional options to today's wine enthusiast. You can get as decorative and creative as you want or choose to stay practical and functional. Wine refrigerators may feature temperature controls to keep the bottles just cool enough. Designs and materials on cabinets and racks may vary, from wood to metal. Price tags fluctuate as well. Whether your passion is red wine, or your taste leans more to the white, wine is a tasty beverage to be savored over a good meal. With the proper wine storage, your wine will always taste delicious.
     
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