- The 4 Enemies Of Wine
- Difference Between Wine Refrigerator Vs. Standard Refrigerator
- The Major Wine Refrigerator Brands
- Why Wine Needs To Be Stored And Aged
- What Size Unit Should I Be Getting Based On The Amount Of Bottles I Have?
- Do I Need A Dual Zone Or Single Temperature Zone Wine Fridge?
- What's The Difference Between Long Or Short-Term Storage?
- Is It Better To Have A Thermoelectric Wine Fridge Or One That Uses A Compressor?
- Built-In Or Recessed Wine Cellars: What's The Difference?
- What's The Difference Between EuroCave Premiere, Pure, Revelation, Royale And Inspiration?
- What Makes The N'FINITY A PROfessional Wine Cellar?
- What Are Upright Storage Shelves?
What Size Unit Should I Be Getting Based On The Amount Of Bottles I Have?
Deciding what size unit, or what bottle count, is dependent on many factors, including:
- the amount of space you have
- where in your house you plan to keep it i.e. under-counter or on top of a counter
- how large your collection is and how much you anticipate it growing
Typically you want to get a unit with at least 25-50% more capacity than the amount of bottles you already have. If we have learned anything over the years helping customers with their wine storage needs it's that it's always better to have more capacity available and not need it, than to need more capacity and not have it! Plus if you entertain often or have certain family members that dig into your wine collection at will, it's advantageous to keep a few extra bottles on hand to oblige.