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    Just a couple of roses tonight, but here is my new wine rack/storage as of Monday.

    I'm liking it. I did't want to go all wine geek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Just a couple of roses tonight, but here is my new wine rack/storage as of Monday.

    I'm liking it. I did't want to go all wine geek.

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    Looks good, Karring! Is the room temperature controlled?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    Looks good, Karring! Is the room temperature controlled?
    No, not at this point, but it is in the coldest part of the house in the basement. It is probably about 7-8 degrees off the ideal temp for long-term storage, but I don't mind passive cellaring a little hotter to bring them up to drinking age a bit faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    No, not at this point, but it is in the coldest part of the house in the basement. It is probably about 7-8 degrees off the ideal temp for long-term storage, but I don't mind passive cellaring a little hotter to bring them up to drinking age a bit faster.

    k.
    I also think a constant few degrees above ideal is less of an issue than larger fluctuations over time. Very nice set-up! I find myself drinking less and less, so the one wine fridge seems to suffice at the moment. Maybe I'll come and check out yours, still waiting to hear back from St. Catherine's - although, I may not be catholic enough and too male for them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    No, not at this point, but it is in the coldest part of the house in the basement. It is probably about 7-8 degrees off the ideal temp for long-term storage, but I don't mind passive cellaring a little hotter to bring them up to drinking age a bit faster.

    k.
    I am curious what is the temp of your basement in this area?

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