Storing wines is an important activity. A lot of problems with wines happen when they are stored in the wrong way. Temperature, humidity, air pressure, the presence of microorganisms - these are some of the factors that influence the quality of wine. Hence, if you are storing your wines in a wine cellar, you have to make sure that the conditions in there are optimal. Here is how you can maintain the right conditions in your wine cellar.
▪ First, plan where you will store your wines. If you are going to have a wine cellar, the best place to have it is in the basement. There are many things to consider here, such as the right construction, the insulation that you will need to use, dehumidifiers, the proper placement of doors and windows, light conditions, etc. ▪ The right temperature could be around 55 degree Fahrenheit and the right humidity would be around 60 to 65 percent. Make sure you maintain these conditions throughout the wine cellar. ▪ The storage racks are important. Do not place your wines completely vertical or completely horizontal. The best way is to design racks that allow the bottles to be kept at an incline. ▪ Do not keep bright lighting in the wine cellar. Wine can undergo photochemical reactions, which can greatly alter their taste. ▪ Each wine has a particular requirement. You could ask the sellers about these when you are buying the wine. Or, you could do some research on the internet to find out what these particular optimal conditions are.
In conclusion, if you are building a wine cellar, it is not just about the construction, but you also have to pay attention to the various conditions that you need to maintain. There are several manuals and downloadable e- Books available on the Internet that can help you with this, even for special kinds of wines.
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