Archive for the ‘wine cooler’ Category
August 21st, 2017
If you are passionate about wine and would like to start your own collection, you are likely wondering about getting a home wine cooler. A home wine cooler provides access to a range of wines anytime you want, and you can save bottles for the right occasion. Before you act, you will want to learn the proper steps and to keep a few factors in mind. Doing so will stop you from running into unneeded problems along the way. You will be able to move forward without stress, and your wine cooler will make a fantastic addition to your house. (more…)
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January 10th, 2017
Would you like to reduce the number of harsh chemicals you use in your home? Doing so is inexpensive and simple. Consider these appliance cleaning tips that use safe, natural ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
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For a safe and effective all-purpose household cleaner, combine the following ingredients in a spray bottle:
August 20th, 2015
Your home wine cooler isn’t just a basic refrigerator set aside from the rest of the kitchen. It’s actually an expression of your love for wine and its delicate tastes. To give wine the best chance at maturing, we advise our clients to always keep the temperature at a steady 55 degrees Fahrenheit for most wines. However, maintaining this temperature requires some TLC for the wine cooler at least once every few months. (more…)
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August 18th, 2014
Classifying wines can be as difficult as categorizing people. It is said that each wine has its own character and soul. In general, however, wines can be classified as grape, berry, vegetable, fruit, or raisin. Then there are styles of wine to consider: red wine, white wine, rose, sparkling wine, and fortified wine. Within the styles are levels of sweetness. In dry wines, almost all of the sugars are fermented into alcohol. In a semi-sweet wine, some of the sugar is left and tends to enhance the acidity or aromatics (the distinctive smell) in the wine. A sweet wine leaves a lot of the sugars un-fermented. Unless they are fortified with additional alcohol, sweet wines typically have a lower alcohol content. (more…)
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April 2nd, 2014
A chilled glass of white wine on a warm summer night relaxes the muscles after a long day, but your home wine cooler has other plans. When you pull the bottle from the appliance, it is warm. There are several signs that tell you when your wine cooler needs repair. Here are some tips that can help you out with some basic troubleshooting of your wine cooler.
One of the most common issues coolers experience is moisture formation. Whether it is on the outside or inside of the unit, moisture accumulation is not healthy for the appliance, or the wine. Check that the door is firmly closed at all times. A slightly ajar door only allows moisture to condense on surfaces, creating unsightly ice particles. The door seals may be bad as well, allowing air to move through the door’s crevice. Repair technicians can apply new seals that will last many years. (more…)
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