If you’re serious about wine, investing in a wine fridge is essential for keeping your bottles safe and on display. “Wine needs to have a consistent storage temperature, and most places in your home cannot provide that,” says Holly Berrigan, founder ofMYSA Natural Wine, a subscription club and online shop focused on natural wine. “Actual room temperature is far too warm for red wines, as they should be anywhere from 50 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit,” she continues. When it comes to whites and other chilled wines, Berrigan says that these should be kept between 42 and 50 degrees, which is warmer than the average temperature of a household refrigerator. And generally speaking, average cellar temperature is around 55 degrees, according to Berrigan—which can be achieved with a fridge designed specifically for storing wine.
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