Which Wines Age Best in a Wine Cellar?

| January 27, 2011

Looking to store some wine in your wine cellar but not sure how long you should let it age? Here is a guide to storing common types of wine. It’s important to note that these aging suggestions are just a guide and are determined assuming the wine is stored under ideal conditions. Wine that is stored […]

Tips on Storing Wine

| January 11, 2011

Whether storing wine in a cellar, wine refrigerator or even a converted closet, there are some fundamental rules to follow in terms of light exposure, temperature, humidity, orientation, odors, vibration and movement. Though most of the wine we buy in the United States is meant to be opened within two to three years, you may […]

How can I make my wine cellar my own?

| November 12, 2010

All home wine cellars have wine racks of some kind, but what can you add to make your wine cellar reflect your personality and your wine preferences? Art Work – Wine art doesn’t have to be expensive. Posters from wine auctions or shows, wine prints, and even photographs of wine regions, such as Napa Valley and […]

Add Dimension to Storage With Wine Cubes

| November 5, 2010

Looking for a stylish alternative to traditional wine racks? Wine cubes are a great way to add a new dimension to your wine storage. They can easily be incorporated into any commercial design along with traditional wine racking, but also make great storage for residential settings, restaurants and wine cellars, too. The wine cube inserts […]

Health Benefits of Wine

| October 8, 2010

All of those bottles in your wine cellar may actually hold health benefits. Medical research suggests wine could be good for the heart, bones and even the mind. Benefits from wine were questioned when researchers studied the French, who manage to stay healthy despite a diet high in cheese and fat. Their secret is moderate […]