May 23, 2008, Newsletter Issue #122: Bad Vibrations

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Did you know that movement plays an important part in wine storage? If you’re considering building a home wine cellar, you’ll need to determine if the location you’ve chosen (closet, basement, etc.) has any ongoing or recurrent vibrations within it. For example, generators, heaters, and motors of any kind can cause vibrations that will affect your wine’s aging process by keeping the normal sediment in the wine from settling. Keep your wine cellar away from such vibrations or movements and your collection will benefit.

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