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     HAPPY NATIONAL WINE DAY!

Here are a few tips for proper storage:

  • Store wine in a cellar or electric wine cooler:

The best place for storage is in a cellar or electric wine cooler with fiberglass insulation to regulate temperature and protect against mold or damage to the label.

  • Climate control:

Keep wine away from areas that could generate temperature changes such as kitchens or laundry rooms. The ideal temperature range for wine storage is between 45-65 degrees Fahrenheit. Avoid arid environments that can dry out corks. Areas with 50-80 percent humidity are adequate for storage.

  • Store bottles on their side to prevent the cork from drying out.
  • Keep stored bottles away from light Sunlight can damage wine by aging it prematurely and household light bulbs can fade labels.

I like Talbott Pinot Noir. They have a few varieties, Diamond T, Sleepy Hollow, Logan and Kali Hart. I usually get the 2014 Logan Pinot for my weekends.

What is your favorite weekend wine?

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