If you’re ready to make wine a serious hobby and want to set up your own cellar or purchase a special wine refrigerator, great. But, you don’t have to go to all that effort and expense to maintain the quality of wine you serve at home. As long as you don’t have a large collection that you plan to store for many years, you should be pleased with the results if you simply follow the general rule of choosing a cool, damp, dark place. Your home probably has a suitable area like a basement, closet, or garage. For wines you plan to store more than a few weeks, it’s best to lay the bottles sideways instead of standing them upright. This keeps the cork moist, maintaining an air-tight seal.
Temperature Rules of Thumb:
Uncorking and Pouring:
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Willy's White is 100% un-oaked Chardonnay & is our tribute to Will. Everything that went into making this wine was donated to us and all proceeds will go to the Willis Reed Memorial Fund. Supplies are limited.