I grew up on a farm with my family, but it’s not your typical farm.
In fact, it’s not a farm at all. It’s a vineyard, and we grow the very best grapes and produce the very best wine there. As a kid, I learned all there is to know about grapes and wine, even though I couldn’t drink it. The whole process is fascinating. Now that I am an adult, I love educating others on how to get the most out of their wine. The process is so precious that the wine should be consumed under the best conditions. One thing that people often overlook is the preservation of wine once it is bottled. Though it is sealed tightly, the bottle requires an acquired temperature to hold the best wine. Wine cellars should operate under a steady temperature at all times. This temperature may depend on the location, but it should be cool enough to allow humidity into the room. Humid air is very appropriate for wine to age in a cellar. Some people keep a standalone humidifier in the cellar, while others attach one into the wall. Whatever you decide, be sure that your HVAC technician understands what the purpose of the humidifier is for. There is a particular setting in humidifiers that is preferred for wine connoisseurs. If the humidifier is providing too much moisture in the air, this could cause the bottles to overheat. The temperature of the air conditioner matters, as it helps to balance the humidity. Our vineyard shop offers wine preservation classes for those who are interested in receiving hands-on experience. It’s truly a remarkable journey!