Wine Cellar Cooling
If you have a wine cellar then you will know that you need to maintain the climate. Storing and aging wine over a long period of time is what most wine cellars are used for. This is why you get a wine cellar cooling unit. It isn’t about storing wine at any temperature and then just putting it on ice right before you drink it. Keeping wine at a desirable temperature is critically important when you are talking about storing large amounts of wine or wine that is very expensive. If you store your wine in an environment that is too hot or cold, or if the temperature fluctuates on a regular basis then you wine can be affected in a bad way.
Most commercial wine cellars and even home wine cellars have a temperature that varies more than you might think. This is even true for those who have had custom wine cellars installed in their basements. In a typical home basement, the temperatures can fluctuate by as much as 20 degrees in the normal day/night cycle. Add to that the fact that seasonal variations – switching from the AC to the heater – and this is why you need a wine room cooling unit in place.
When you are considering getting a wine cellar cooling unit for your wine cellar, there are a few things that you need to think about.
Do you actually need a wine room cooling unit? What are the different types of wine cellar cooling units? What are the brands of the wine cellar cooling units? What will the support structure be for your new wine cellar cooling unit be?
An effective wine cellar cooling unit will reliably stabilize and cool the temperature in the wine cellar while also controlling the humidity with minimum interaction by you and with minimal consumption of power. When you first look at these units, you may think about the cost of them but consider that they are protecting your investment in wine and over the years a good WhisperKOOL wine cellar cooling system will pay for itself multiple times.