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Storage of Wine

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1 Storage of Wine on Tue Jan 20, 2009 4:05 pm

Can unopened bottles of wine be stored upright in cardboard boxes? If not, how should they be stored and for how long...also, once store, will they require rotation?

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2 Properly Storing Wine on Thu Jan 22, 2009 12:59 pm

Store wine on its side or upside down. It's important to keep the wine in contact with the cork — this keeps the cork moist. You want to prevent the cork from shrinking and drying out, which can cause air to get in and oxidate the wine too fast. If you buy a case, place it on its side or turn it so the bottles are upside down. The wine does not need to be rotated.

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