Elizaveta Valeska. Kitchen Appliances. May 08th , 2017.
Once you have started collecting wine, you need to find a place to store all those bottles. For some collectors, a wine cooler or wine refrigerator is a good solution. For many wine enthusiasts, however, the collection quickly outgrows the wine cooler unit. Purchasing wine racks and creating a wine cellar or wine storage area is the logical next step.
If you are wondering which kind of wine rack to buy, you're not alone. With so many wine rack styles and sizes available, choosing the right one can be a real challenge. To help you decide which wine rack to buy, we asked some wine storage experts for their recommendations and suggestions.
According to Johnson Ho, President of Pantheon Wine Cellar Services, LLC and Pantheon Wine Shoppe, LLC, the first step in choosing a wine rack should be deciding where to place it. The biggest mistake many people make, he says, is placing a wine rack in the kitchen, where sunlight and changing temperatures can quickly ruin a bottle of wine. "It's probably wiser," Ho says, "to first find the best location for your 'critical mass,' which is roughly one to two months' worth of wine." For the beginning collector, Ho recommends setting aside an area in the coolest part of the home, preferably the basement, and installing a wine cooler unit and, if needed, wine racks.
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