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Storing Vintage Port in Wine Cabinets

Q. Would it be appropriate to store vintage port in your wine cabinets? A. Yes, the Vin Garde wine cabinets provide the perfect environment for keeping all types of wine, including fortified wines. All should be stored long-term at cellar temperature, 12 or 13 degrees Celsius. I hope this has been of some help. Please […]

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Are Wine Cabinets the Alternative to Wine Cellars?

Q. Are wine cabinets a good alternative for storing wine if you haven’t got a cellar? A. Yes, so long as the cabinet assures a steady temperature with no fluctuations. Also, if the cabinet is to be located in an unheated room – a garage, outhouse etc, check that the cabinet is fitted with a […]

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Where is Coldest Compartment on Dual Zone Wine Cabinets?

Q. With your dual temperature wine cabinets is the upper compartment always the coldest area? A. Yes, the upper compartment is for white wine and champagne at ready-to-serve temperature and you can adjust the temperature between 5 – 12 degrees Celsius. We suggest you set the temperature to 7 degrees Celsius. Too cold and you […]

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Why do wine cabinets have heating and cooling functions?

Q. I notice some of your wine cabinets have heating as well as cooling functions, why is this?  A. This is for those customers who wish to keep their cabinet in an unheated room such as a garage or barn. In the winter the ambient temperature will drop below the set temperature. In these circumstances, […]

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