This wine storage cabinet for Vintec is ideal for preserving a curated wine collection. This model enables optimal wine maturation and can be used for long-term storage.
With a stainless steel finish, this is a timeless and sleek addition to any kitchen.
With room for up to 50 Bordeaux bottles, you have a single temperature zone for simple and fuss-free wine storage.
You can have peace of mind knowing that your wine bottles are preserved in optimal conditions with features such as anti-UV glass, and an external compressor to reduce vibration. This means that with every pour, you can expect every sip to be as delightful as the last.
This unit features a single zone, built to maintain the designated temperature with precision, 6-8 degrees celsius for sparkling, 8-13 degrees celsius for whites, 15-18 degrees celsius for reds.
This wine cabinet is equipped with features such as anti-UV glass and an external compressor to protect your precious wine collection from wine-altering UV light and vibration.
The exquisite exterior finish on this wine cabinet complements any décor. Additionally, your wine collection rest on attractive wooden shelving and is evenly illuminated with LED lights.
The interior of this wine cabinet is engineered to provide the optimal environment for your wine. With a winter heating system, triple-glazed glass, and a thermal recycling pump, these features help to stabilise temperature and maintain humidity levels.
THE FIVE ESSENTIAL RULES OF WINE STORAGE for wine cellars ensure your wines are stored in the ideal cellaring conditions by respecting these 5 wine storage rules;
1. STABLE TEMPERATURE BETWEEN 12°C – 14°C Daily and weekly temperature fluctuations denature your wines. In particular, temperatures above 25°C will ruin wine within a couple of weeks and create ‘spoiled fruit’ flavours.
2. HUMIDITY ABOVE 50% Levels lower than this cause corks to dry out and shrink, allowing damaging air into the wine, creating oxidation and off- odours.
3. DARK STORAGE AREA All light should be avoided, but the UV light in particular: it creates hydrogen sulphide compounds in wine and affects the tannins and the colour of your wine.
4. NO VIBRATIONS Imperceptible vibrations prematurely deteriorate wine by speeding up chemical reactions and ageing.
5. AIRFLOW Lack of appropriate ventilation and air change makes wine cellars become stale and mouldy.
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