February 26, 2010, Newsletter Issue #212: Take Extra Steps to Control Temperature and Humidity

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If you cannot afford a proper wine cooling system and cannot control humidity in your wine cellar, take additional steps to protect your wine stock.
Avoid storing your wine in cardboard of any kind, because cardboard rots easily. Lightly coat each bottle label in a scentless hair lacquer to avoid the humidity and high temperature rendering your labels unreadable. You can also install a humidifier in the room to control the moisture and thickness of the air.

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