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Clever Tips to Store Your Wine

While we all know how to enjoy a fine glass of wine, not everyone has a professional-grade wine cellar or top-of-the-line wine fridge in their home for storing their favorite bottles. While these features would certainly be nice to have, you don’t necessarily need them to keep your wine fresh and tasty. For both opened or unopened bottles, use these helpful tips to ensure the perfect sip from start to finish.

You don’t need a wine cellar to keep wine tasting stellar.
Keep it dark and cool by storing in a closet or in a room unaffected by sunlight.
Lay bottles on their sides—this keeps the corks from drying out.
Avoid “shaking” or any vibrations. Some experts believe excessive movement damages the wine by speeding up the chemical reactions in the wine.

Savvy ways to keep your open wine tasting the way it should.
Re-cork your bottle the right way by inserting the same end of the cork back in the bottle to avoid contaminating the wine.
Refrigerate leftovers to slow down the process of the wine breaking down.
Transfer to a smaller, screw-top bottle, which leaves less room for air.

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