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Top 10 Built-in Under Counter Wine Cellar's Dual Zone

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Storage of wine is an important consideration for the wine that is being kept for long-term aging. While most wines consumed within 24 hours of purchase, fine wines are often set aside for long-term storage.

Wine is one of the few commodities that can improve with age, but it can also rapidly deteriorate if kept in inadequate conditions. The three factors that have the most direct impact on a wine's condition are light, humidity, and temperature. A fourth consideration is a security for expensive wines. Historically, the storage of wine was handled by wine merchants. Since the mid-20th Century, however, consumers have been increasingly storing their wine in home-based wine cellars.

"The three factors that have the most pronounced effect on wine in storage are light, humidity, and temperature."

Since the end of the 20th century, there has been growth in industries relating to wine storage. Some wine connoisseurs may elect to store their wine at home in a dedicated room, closet or cellarette. Other options involve purchases and rentals at off-site wine storage facilities designed for the task.

Wine will prematurely develop if stored in an environment that has significant temperature variations, particularly if these occur frequently. Temperature control systems ensure the wine cellar temperature is very stable. The differences cause corks to expand and contract which leads to oxidation of the wine.

If wine stored in conditions that are too dry, the cork will shrink and cause leakage. Too moist, and mold and contamination may occur. Climate Controlled Wine Storage maintains moderate humidity levels (55%-75%) to avoid these problems and assist in the optimum wine development conditions.

Other industries focus on the construction of home wine cellars and wine caves, small rooms or spaces in which to store wine. Others produce a minor wine accessories, such as racks and wine refrigerators. These appliances can feature flexible temperature interfaces, two chambers for red and white wines and materials that protect the wine from the sun and ambient environment.

Considered the best in under-counter wine cellars would be proper built-in Dual Zone with two individually controlled storage zones, so you can store and serve both reds and whites at the proper temperature. Racks that glide smoothly in and out, providing access without agitating wine and a nice flush fit for design.

Here is a quick look at the Top 10 Built-in Under Counter Wine Cellar's Dual Zone
 
(* Not in order)

Subzero
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Marvel
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Perlick

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Gaggenau


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True
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Avallon
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Uline
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Wine Cell R
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Liebherr
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Vinotemp
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Here is special mention to other brands also available

Miele
Silhouette
Eurocave
INFINITY PRO
Wine Enthusiast
Wine Cell R
Edgestar
Avallon
Summit
Koldfront
Avanti
Sunpentown
Viking
Kitchenaid
GE Monogram
Jenn-Air
Dacor
Electrolux
Fagor
Sholteze/ariston
Thermador
newAir
Kalorik
Whynter

Top 10 Built-in Under Counter Wine Cellar's Dual Zone
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