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    Ha, I was ready to be an ass and say a wine refrigerator. Beautiful my friend!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddigangi View Post
    Ha, I was ready to be an ass and say a wine refrigerator. Beautiful my friend!!
    haha.... Thanks... and BTW the reds would be too cold in a wine refrigerator

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    I have a closet with about 100 bottle rack and a glass rack that holds 30-40 glasses. It's in my basement and mildly conditioned but my biggest problem is I drink all my damn wine too fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by A*aron View Post
    I have a closet with about 100 bottle rack and a glass rack that holds 30-40 glasses. It's in my basement and mildly conditioned but my biggest problem is I drink all my damn wine too fast
    That's my problem as well.... You have to be buying wines by the case to be able to fill a cellar like this one.

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    Yeah but I do buy wine by the case. I belong to two case clubs and then buy a couple of what I call my house wines by the case. Stock gets low in about two months and I replenish about every 4. Maybe if I had a bigger one like op then it wouldn't be a problem. Then again I might just be more of a drunk

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    I would have difficulty finding time to drink so much wine. But I would try
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    The average room temperature is too warm to both serve and store your wine. The warmer the ambient temperature, the quicker the wine will age and go bad. If you’ve ever left a bottle of wine in your car during the summer and then wondered why it tasted like pure alcohol or maybe even a little vinegar-like, you know what heat can do to a bottle. That is an extreme case, of course, but room temperature wines are not given the chance to fully express themselves, tasting duller than if chilled.

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    The average room temperature is too warm to both serve and store your wine. The warmer the ambient temperature, the quicker the wine will age and go bad. If you’ve ever left a bottle of wine in your car during the summer and then wondered why it tasted like pure alcohol or maybe even a little vinegar-like, you know what heat can do to a bottle. That is an extreme case, of course, but room temperature wines are not given the chance to fully express themselves, tasting duller than if chilled.

    Know more about wines read here

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