Find Your Perfect Haier Wine Cooler By Using The Interactive List Below
If you’re a person who frequently purchases a bottle or two or a case wine do you always drink it within a few days after purchasing? If your only planning on storing your wine for only a couple days then a standard kitchen refrigerator will work, however, if you plan on storing wine for much longer then you will want to invest in a wine cooler or refrigerator that can provide optimal conditions for wine storage.
What do we mean by optimal conditions? These best conditions for wine storage are summed up by paying attention to four simple properties: Temperature, Humidity, Darkness and Sideways. Towards the bottom of this page we will expand on why a standard refrigerator can not provide these best conditions.
So unless you plan on building a wine cellar in your basement… If you plan on storing wine for much longer than a day or two then you will want a storage place that is specifically dedicated to providing the optimal conditions for your wines. The best way to do this would by using wine cooler or some people use the term wine refrigerator.
There are many different companies that manufacture these coolers or refrigerators. Some of these companies produce quality products others do not. One very good option is a Haier Wine Cooler.
Below you will find an interactive chart that lists all the different coolers produced by this manufacture.
Don’t store wine in a standard refrigerator for long periods
Temperature - The typical kitchen refrigerator has a temperature range of 35-38°F. Most wines, reds and whites are best stored at temperatures between 45-60°F. Storing wine too long (2-3 days) at standard refrigerator temperatures will have exponentially negative effects on the quality of the wine.
Humidity - Excess humidity will cause your wines to spoil. One major function of wine coolers is to control humidity levels. The environment inside a typical kitchen refrigerator is very humid and can ruin your best wines. You may wonder, wine is typically in a glass bottle how can humidity possibly get inside? The cork!!!
Darkness – Ultraviolet light is very damaging to wine. This is why you want to store your wine in a dark place. You should know how many times a day the refrigerator is opened and closed in your house. And each time the wine is exposed to light it will be degraded.
Sideways – Wine should always be stored on its side to prevent sedimentation at the bottom of the bottle. A regular kitchen refrigerator usually doesn’t come with wine racks that allow you to store your wines on their sides.
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