How to organise your wine in a wine fridge?

Emilee Geist

The following blog will examine how one can organise their wine cooler efficiently, care for your wine cooler, what types of wine coolers are available, and what other storage options one can use besides a wine cooler. Moreover, a wine cooler can be an excellent red wine storage option. Furthermore, […]

How to organise your wine in a wine fridge?

The following blog will examine how one can organise their wine cooler efficiently, care for your wine cooler, what types of wine coolers are available, and what other storage options one can use besides a wine cooler. Moreover, a wine cooler can be an excellent red wine storage option. Furthermore, if you have many wine and champagne corks lying around and you are unsure what to do with them, you can start collecting them; alternatively, you can make stamps.

How to organise your wine fridge accordingly

When having a wine collection, one needs to make sure it is organised to suit them and whereby they can access their wine easily. Namely, one can organise the wine collection by rows. For example, the first row could be assigned to red wines, the second-row white wine, and the third sparkling or sweet wine. This, of course, would only be possible if you had a dual-zone wine cooler. Moreover, you can organise your wine by the grape type. Furthermore, you can organise your wine collection by the labels and the different vineyards.

How to care for your wine cooler

Much like many appliances, one needs to care for their wine to ensure it runs smoothly and provides the correct storage space for your wine. Therefore, one needs to make sure that they clean their wine cooler regularly. First, one needs to switch off the cooler and place the wine in a new dark and cool location before beginning the cleaning process. To clean a wine cooler, one can use a cloth to wipe the shelves and clean any dust off. Furthermore, it is a great way to ensure no build-up of frost is present, as this can lead to further issues down the line.

Moreover, it is imperative always to store the correct amount of wine within the cooler and not go beyond the capacity. Overloading the cooler can lead to hot spots developing within the cooler resulting in the wine becoming bad. It can also overwork the cooler, causing it to become faulty or break.

What type of wine coolers are available

When purchasing a wine cooler, you want to ensure you buy the right one that fits all of your needs. Therefore there are four different types of wine coolers available. Firstly is a Compressor Wine Cooler. This specific type uses a motor to function. Consequently, it is more powerful; however, the motor can produce some noise, so one may have to place it strategically in their house. Secondly is the Thermoelectric Wine Cooler. Instead of an engine, it uses an electric current to keep its interior cool. However, these coolers can not function in surrounding temperatures that are relatively high. Thirdly is a Single Zone Wine Cooler. This type of cooler can either be a thermoelectric or compressor cooler.

Additionally, it can only have one temperature set throughout its interior, perfect for those who only drink one type of wine. Lastly is a Dual Zone Wine Cooler. This cooler can also be both thermoelectric or compressor. However, one can set two different temperatures within the interior, ideal for those who prefer more than one type of wine.

Other storage options

When it comes to storing wine, there are plenty of other options. For example, one can invest in wine racks, wine cellars, cabinets, cupboards, and any additional space that can be used to house wine.

A wine cooler is an excellent investment as it stores your wine at the correct temperature and alleviates any concern or hassle that you may have.