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Tips On How To Store Wines
by: Michelle Ching

Wines are probably one of the most popular and well loved alcoholic beverage all over the world. This drink has been around for over thousands of years already. Even the ancient Romans and Greeks loved this intoxicating drink back then. During that time, the choices of wines are quite limited, unlike today wherein there's a wide array of wines to choose from.

Wines, like any other alcoholic beverage should be stored properly to preserve its quality for a long time. Wines usually don't have expiration dates. As they say, the older the wine, the better. But this saying only applies to those wines that are properly stored. If they are not stored properly, they will taste different and their quality would suffer. So how do you properly store wines?

The key in storing wines is to avoid light, heat and unnecessary movements such as shakes and vibrations. Some wine bottles have built in ultra violet filters but it could still penetrate the bottle so it is best to keep your wines away from the light. If you have wine bottles with corks, store them on their sides. The corks will dry out if you store them in an upright position. Once the cork dries up, air would be able to penetrate the wine which could cause the wine to spoil. You should also keep your wines in a constant temperature. If for some reason you have to change the temperature, do it gradually. As I have said earlier, some wines improve their taste and quality as it age. Apparently, there are some wines that don't improve over time. As a tip, inexpensive wines do not improve as they age.

These are only some of the ways to properly store wines. I hope you take these tips into mind the next time you're buying wines.

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