How to Store an Open Bottle
First, know your budget and expenses. If you keep this in mind, you’ll be able to grow your collection while keeping costs low.
Second, know what makes a wine “cellar worthy.” Wine lovers suggest you only buy wines you enjoy. There are also several qualities that the wine should include to ensure it can be stored long term in a collection.
Third, storage is key. The website suggests keeping the humidity at 75 percent, the temperature between 50 and 58 degrees in a place where it will stay that way year round.
Fourth, don’t fear the “off” vintages. It all comes back to sticking to your gut, experts say. Choose the wines that you want, and you believe will store long term for your collection.
Lastly, Carpe Diem, experts say. Pursue what you truly love. Want to see how a case of your favorite wine ages? Go out and purchase some and give it a go. Wine lovers say storing wine long term should be fun and inexpensive, so give it a try and carpe diem.
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