Chill Out… Is your Wine Being Stored Properly?

Buying and collecting fine wine is more than just a hobby—it is an investment that holds emotional weight for many people. How the wine is stored is important to how it will taste when opened.  Wine that is stored in extreme temperatures for too long can end up forcing you to discard your wine that took months or years to collect.

Wine stored in a temperature controlled environment, means that your beloved wine will be preserved, protected and ready to enjoy at any moment.

wine cellar completedSince temperature is a big factor for wine it is important to know that if wine is stored at temperatures higher than 70° F will age wine too quickly. If it gets even hotter, your wine may get “cooked,” resulting in flat aromas and flavors. The ideal temperature range for wine is between 45–65° F.  This means that the household refrigerator is not a good bet for the longer term because the temperature falls well below 45°. This will eventually dry out corks, which can allow air to seep into bottles and damage the wine and the caustic wine vapors can damage the appliance.

shutterstock_118186627Wine cellar cooling is a specialty that falls in a niche between refrigeration and air conditioning.  This is why it’s crucial to consult with an expert that specializes in wine cellar cooling. Contact Cold Craft Inc. for your wine refrigeration, they can assist you with finding the ideal solution. The professionals at Cold Craft, a full service heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration company, can work with you to install and service wine cellar refrigeration to your exact needs.

For more information, call them at 408.374.7292 or visit

www.ColdCraft.com.
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