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How Do You Store Wine?
Feb 5 2008 • By
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:rotfl: @ wine cellar!! I store mine in the fridge or on a rack on the counter
Wine rack...holds 12 bottles...half empty...(or half full, depending on how you look at it!)
I have a wine rack but I prefer white wine so most of the time I want it in the fridge cold and ready should I want a glass!!
In mah belly! If I buy it, it gets consumed the same week.
not a drinker, but parents store in their very own cabinet full of glasses and mixers, all the drinks works
Right now I have a bottle of Riesling tucked into my bookcase... ah, college!
a wine cellar. thats funny --nice wish though! i have a six bottle wine rack but have been wanting to upgrade to a 12 bottle. we don't drink a lot but it is nice to have good wine around when we do. :) (btw the 'we' is my hubby and i)
not a drinker. but if i was i think i'd store my wine in a cupboard with doors so it was out of sight. i don't like how it looks when wine bottles are hanging around.
Fridge or counter . But I want to buy a wine fridge or closet.
What do you mean "store wine"? It's like that thing they call "leftover wine" in recipes...no such thing! LOL! I'm kidding, but we do usually just buy a bottle or 2 at a time and pop it in the fridge.
I have a really nice wine rack with marble top. Got it on sale at Bombay Company when they were still in business. I love it.
Wine cooler...it was a must have when we built our home.
If i had a wine celler I would use it to hide from my kids :). I am a whisky kinda girl.
Wine rack... I wish I had a wine celler! That would mean I have a huge house!
just an ordinary wine rack
I have a wine rack but its overflowing. I'm currently saving up for a really nice wine cabinet that will hold 100 or so. Babychloe thats a really good idea :) maybe my next house will have something I can convert into a cellar!
I have a small wine rack that holds about six bottles and right now it's half full. I don't really crack open a bottle that often unless friends are coming over.
A wine rack.
My wine cellar is a dark hall closet. It's the coolest place in the house.
I have a wine rack. It's way too small though.
I very rarely have wine so at most I have one bottle in my apt. No wine rack needed.
Embarrassing, but I store wine all over the place. I have a wine rack that fits 12 (it's always full), I keep one white in the fridge at all times, and have a lot hidden in the cabinet on top of the fridge. I also have a couple bottles in my office at work (in case I go to a dinner party after work... easiest hostess gift!). Boy, now I sound like a complete wino. I'm really not, I promise!!
I have a very classy wine rack...it's a cardboard wine box with all the bottle dividers in it and I just tip it sideways so that all the bottles are on their side
i wish i had a wine cellar! that would be awesome.
I rarely drink wine (haha it's my emtional drink) and my bf doesn't drink it so we usually don't have a lot. When i do treat myself to some, though, I just store it in the booze cupboard or fidge (depdneing on if it's white or red).
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