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To begin with, it is important to know that a wine cabinet can be used for one or more purposes:
It is therefore necessary to understand these different uses to acquire the cabinet that will best meet your needs.
To help you make the right choice, you will find below some explanations about the different types of wine cabinets and their use.
The purpose of wine ageing cabinet, as their name suggests, is to optimise the ageing conditions of wines over the long term in order to taste them at their peak.
All wines can be stored and aged at a temperature between 10° and 14°C.
Storage corresponds to short-term storage (< 5 years).
Ageing corresponds to the ageing of a wine over the long term (5, 10, 15, 20 years or more).
Wine service means preparing wines for tasting by bringing them to their ideal temperature.
The wine serving cabinets have been designed to offer one or more temperature zones in order to prepare one or more types of wine for tasting.
These cabinets have been designed mainly for restaurants.
They are also ideal for the wine lover who wishes to have all his bottles at the same time at tasting temperature, whether it is a champagne, a white, a rosé or a red wine.
Multi-purpose wine cabinets are designed for wine lovers who wish to age or preserve their wines but also prepare white, rosé, red and/or champagne wines at serving temperature.
Multi-purpose cabinets therefore combine a conservation/ageing area for wines, with one or more service areas.
Thus they make it possible to preserve and age your wines, while permanently having a certain quantity of ready-to-drink bottles.
Modular wine cabinets make it possible to combine several distinct units linked by solid wood cladding. They have several advantages:
Modular cabinets can be embedded in a wall (floor or raised), installed free-standing along a wall, or in an island position in the centre of a room.
The solid wood cladding can also be customized in terms of shape (straight, sober and modern finish, or curved finish for a baroque effect, similar to a painting) and colour (more than 220 colours to choose from).
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