Alternative Wine Storage Options to a New Jersey Wine Cellar

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The best place to keep wine is in a New Jersey wine cellar. Built to protect and preserve wines, a wine cellar is equipped with materials and tools intended for wine’s preservation protecting it against its mortal enemies like heat, dryness, and sunlight.

Properly installed New Jersey custom wine cellars are capable of maintaining the ideal storage conditions for wine’s graceful aging. Temperature and humidity are maintained in a wine room for proper maturation of wine.

What if you don’t have the budget and space to have a wine cellar at home? How can you store your wines without them being affected by harmful factors such as sunlight, vibration, and strong odors?

An average person who cannot afford to have a residential wine cellar and who has few bottles to store can purchase wine cabinets. A wine cabinet can provide wines the ideal storage conditions required for proper aging. In addition to being cost-efficient, they are a good choice for small areas of your home.

For wines intended to be consumed quickly, storing them in a quality wine rack is also a good idea. There are stackable wine racks which are suitable for wine-collecting beginners and allow easy expansion of the wine racking system as their collection grows. Checkout different wine rack kits by clicking here.

Tips for Proper Wine Storage 

It is important to choose the right place for your wine cabinet or wine rack. Make sure that you keep them away from direct sunlight to prevent wine deterioration.

Another factor that can expedite the chemical reactions of wine’s aging processes and accelerate wine’s maturity is vibration, so make sure that you keep your wine cabinets or wine racks from areas where vibration is inevitable.

Keep wines away from areas that generates strong odors like the kitchen, laundry room, and bathroom. Constant exposure to strong smells will contaminate wine’s flavor and you won’t be able to enjoy drinking it with friends.

It is always important to store wine bottles horizontally to prevent the cork form drying out. Once the cork has dried up, it will shrink leaving room for the air to enter into the bottle. Too much oxygen can be disastrous to your wines, so keep the cork moist by storing the bottles horizontally.

Proper wine storage will give maximum satisfaction when it comes to the taste, flavor, and aromas of wine. Whether you opt for a wine cellar, wine cabinet, or wine rack, it is best to consider your wine storage needs, space, budget, and personal taste.

Contact Coastal Custom Wine Cellars at http://www.winecellarsbycoastal.com/contact.aspx if you’re in need of wine cabinets, wine racks, or a custom wine cellar. They have extensive experience in the wine cellar industry and can provide you with the best wine storage solution for your precious collection.

Juliette Johnson, the lead author on this website has been writing about wine and various means of storage and enjoying wine for many years. While she is independent she has made many friends and connections in the industry and assisted in the creation of unique wine room designs.
Juliette lives in Short Hills New Jersey with her husband, two children and a dog called Crichton.

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