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Shallow depth wine coolers are good for a lot of things, like if you need them to take up less space on or under a countertop. They don’t hold as many bottles but they’re great for short term storage or small spaces.
If you’re intending to keep your wine long-term and allow its flavor to improve over time, you may also choose to use a shallow depth wine cooler in your space.
Because wine is susceptible to light and fluctuations in temperature, these are easy to tuck away in a corner, away from activity and light, so you don’t ruin the aroma or the taste of the wine.
You can more easily maintain the temperature and the lighting by monitoring your wine in a safe space rather than out in the open.
You also don’t want variations in humidity coming into contact with your wine, and you want to ensure the bottles will lie on their sides to moisten the cork and maintain freshness.
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As I’m writing this, it’s starting to warm up outside. In fact, after a solid week of subzero temps, yesterday was a balmy 81 degrees. I’m not sure what Mother Nature was thinking, but I thought it best not to question her ways.
Instead, I’m preparing to enjoy the spring and summer days ahead. I broke out my shorts and sunglasses, rolled out the awning over the patio, and set out the lawn chairs. However, I still have to solve the problem of chilling my wine when I want to drink it outside.
This year, rather than wheeling a cooler full of ice outside (what a hassle), I’ve decided to give the Corkcicle wine chiller a try. It’s a nifty little device that I can chill beforehand and then slip into my open bottle of wine to keep it cool without watering it down.
Now, for big gatherings, a cooler is still your best bet, because you’ll need to keep a lot of bottles on hand. But for a relaxed evening with your spouse, the Corkcicle could be just the ticket to some stress
If you’re a wine lover, you might be interested to know that there are several reasons why you need to invest in a wine cooler or a wine fridge.
Storing your wine in a wine fridge rather than your regular fridge offers a number of advantages. It’s built to cool your wines at a warmer temperature than your kitchen refrigerator, and your regular fridge is busy anyway.
Let’s take a look at why a wine cooler (also known as a wine vault or a wine chiller) is the best option for chilling your whites, reds, champagnes, and other bubblies.
Reasons Why You Need a Wine Fridge
You may be wondering why you need a wine fridge when you have a perfectly good refrigerator in your kitchen already. There are a lot of reasons, actually. It’s important to evaluate your wine storage needs and get the right wine fridge for y
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