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Good Wine Storage Can Help in the Preserving and Aging of your Wine

Wine storage is vital to collecting fine wines because you will need to let them age in proper and safe place. There are many different ways to store fine wine and whichever wine storage solution you choose you will need to keep the room conditions constant.

Temperature in the room were you store your wine collection needs to be at a constant 48-62 degrees with plenty of ventilation. You must also keep any source of light to a minimum with no sunlight allowed in the wine storage area.

Wine racks come in many different sizes and varieties which should be chosen for your needs but are definitely a necessary part of fine wine storage. Wine racks can be made of metal which tend to be more flamboyant and stylish while wood racks are classic and traditional in style.

Find wine racks and wine storage products that will tie together your overall style and look you are going after. Your choice is to determine if you want to look like a professional wine collector. If so you can put great time and effort into the complete look of your wine racks and wine cellar. If you are content with just having a great place to store your vintage fine wines for later consumption than going to that degree may not be needed.

Once you do open wine it is best to consume any wine relatively soon. There are two basic rules which apply to opened wine. First, refrigerate the wine to help preserve its taste, Secondly minimize the wine's exposure to oxygen by transferring it to a smaller container and corking it with a vacuum stopper.

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About the Author

Chris Maley is the publisher of a consumer information on the wine industry and wine retailers like Organic Wine Company which has a quality selection of fine wines and more information on wine storage.

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Wine labels - Peeling off the mystery

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Art Galleries (Palo Alto Weekly)

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 00:08:44 PDT
"Off The Wall Small" Group show of small works. Show runs Jan. 9-Feb. 10, Free. For more information, call Pixie Couch at 650-701-1018 or e-mail or visit . The Main Gallery, 1018 Main St., Redwood City Weekend Preview: April 25-27, 2008 (

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 03:48:04 PDT
The Brewers are home all weekend and tickets are half-price. You could donate blood and get a free VIP pass to the Warped Tour, give swing-dancing a shot, or get sexy with one of Milwaukee's smoothest bands.

Entertainment Calendar: 04/25/2008 (Traverse City Record-Eagle)

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 07:41:23 PDT
Items for this calendar must be received by the Record-Eagle at least two weeks in advance. All calendars are published on a space available basis. Information may be mailed to Entertainment Calendar, Record-Eagle, P.O. Box 632, Traverse City, MI 49685-0632; faxed to 946-8632; or e-mail .

Arts & Entertainment Calendar (Arroyo Grande Times Press Recorder)

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 09:47:39 PDT
n Harry’s Night Club and Beach Bar, 690 Cypress St., Pismo Beach, hosts live music Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. This weekend, the headliner band will be L.A.’s 80’s Freeze Frame.

Fourth Street Gallery is drawing artistic-minded to Covington (The Champaign News-Gazette)

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 11:50:17 PDT
The first thing someone might notice when approaching the Fourth Street Gallery on the Square in Covington, Ind., is that it is part of a growing group of destination shops. The gallery has only been open a couple of months, but there was a fairly steady ringing of "chimes" as various people entered to bring in art, take a look around or visit with co-owner Deb Duncan and artist-in-residence ...

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