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Perlick HP15BS4L Wine Storage Brochure
Wine
Enemies of
proper wine storage is an essential part of your wine
collection hobby, although it is sometimes overlooked. In order to
protect your investment here are several key factors to correct wine
storage. These include proper temperature control, freedom from
vibration and protection from ultraviolet light. Maintaining proper
humidity is also important so that the wine will stay in constant
contact with the cork. If you enjoy collecting fine wines, it is imperative
to be aware of the enemies such as heat, coldness, oxygen, odor and
vibration, which can potentially ruin your most prized collection!
Heat
high temperatures or prolonged
exposure to light sources can ruin the flavor
of a bottle of wine if exposed for too long. If
the wine gets too hot, it will push the cork
right out of the bottle causing the wine to
spoil.
Coldness
while high temperatures can be a problem,
so can cool ones! Too dry an environment can dry out
corks, allowing wine to seep out. Lower temperatures can
also paralyze wine, ruining its natural development and
taste. If the wine is exposed to temperatures that are too
cold, the wine can freeze and expand. Because wine is very
susceptible to changes in temperature, it is important to
keep the wine in a consistent environment. Proper wine
storage temperatures vary based on the type of wine.
oxygen is one of the most
common enemies of wine. When
air gets into a bottle of wine the wine
begins to oxidize. White wines brown,
red wines fade, all will take on a
Sherry-like nose. To keep the
air out, keep the seal tight:
store bottles of wine on
their side so that the
corks stay damp.
Oxygen
Vibrat
ion
Vibrat
ion
moving bottles too often
is harmful to good wine preservation.
Frequent disturbances and movements will
agitate the wine. Vibration interferes with
the biochemical process of maturation and
is often fatal to the best wines.
a strong odor in your wine racks
or wine room can influence the flavor in your wine.
The wood you choose should be as non-aromatic
as possible and that any finish must be odorless
once the wine cellar is stocked with your
collection. Beware of old woods
that can cause the cork to rot.
Any potential storage areas
should be well cleaned,
and not smell musty
or show dry rot.
Odor
Light
exposure to ultraviolet
light will prematurely age and
damage wine. Wine that is exposed to
ultraviolet light can cause the wine to
become cloudy, give off strong odors
and off-flavors. Darkness is ideal for
storing wine. Quality wine reserves will
have UV protected glass doors to help
create an ideal environment in which
to store wine.
one of the most important ways to fight
off enemies of wine is to make sure that you know
the proper temperatures in which to store your wine
collection! According to Wine Spectator, sparkling wines,
dessert wines and most white wines should be stored
between 34 and 50 degrees fahrenheit in
order to preserve their freshness.
Fuller-bodied whites such as
Chardonnay should be
served slightly warmer.
Reds should be
served at 55 to
65 degrees
fahrenheit.
the perlick difference
By manufacturing the most well built and skillfully designed wine storage
in the world, Perlick is setting incredbily high standards in the industry.
Perlick offers a variety of wine reserves and beverage center units ranging
from 15-, 24- or 48-inches, as well as ADA-compliant and 18” ShallowDepth models. Every detail of each Perlick wine reserve contributes to
its superior storage. Vinyl-coated full-extension shelving is standard in
all Perlick wine reserves. Perlick’s wine reserves also include UV protected
glass to protect precious vintages from damaging ultraviolet rays. All
wine reserves have tight temperature control. All of Perlick’s wine units
are designed to fight the enemies of wine assuring proper preservation
of your wine collection.
wine reserves
Perlick offers four different lines, Signature Series, C-Series, ADACompliant and 18” Shallow-Depth, of elegant wine reserves in units
ranging from 15-inch, 24-inch and 48-inch configurations. Also available
is Perlick’s new Dual-Zone Refrigerator/Wine Reserve and Dual-Zone
Wine Reserve, providing two separate temperature zones in one 24”
cabinet. Perlick’s wine reserves feature UV-coated glass providing
industry leading insulation and protection. All shelves are removable
and adjustable to accommodate oversized bottles. Cabinet construction
eliminates vibration transfer to reserve preserving the original state of
your wines. All of Perlick’s wine reserves also allow temperatures to
range from 40 to 65 degrees F. No matter what size you choose, Perlick’s
wine reserves are perfect for fighting off the enemies of wine and
providing the best protection for your wine collection!
C-Series 24” Wine Reserve
• Capacity to store up to 40 bottles of wine and
room for five additional bottles under the shelves.
• Two-inch thick walls
• Glass doors offer full UV protections.
Signature Series 15” Wine Reserve
• Five shelves will store 20 bottles of wine.
• Extra storage under shelves for up to 3 additional
bottles.
Signature Series 24” Wine Reserve
• Five shelves will store 40 bottles of wine.
• Extra storage under shelves for up to 5 additional
bottles.
• NOW AVAILABLE - 24” Signature Series Dual-Zone
Refrigerator/Wine Reserve and Dual-Zone Wine
Reserve.
Signature Series 48” Wine Reserve/
Refrigerator
• Capacity to hold up to 48 bottles.
• Refrigerator rated for both food and beverage
storage.
• Refrigerator temperature 33 to 39 degrees F
Signature Series 48” Wine Reserve/
Wine Reserve
• The HP48WW allows for two separate temperature
zones- perfect for red and white wine storage- also
available as one single temperature zone.
• Capacity to hold up to 90 wine bottles.
ADA-Compliant 24” Wine Reserve
• Meets ADA-compliant 32” counterheight requirements.
• Five shelves will store 40 bottles of wine.
• Extra storage under shelves for additional bottles.
18” Shallow-Depth Wine Reserve
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18” depth for design flexibility.
Meets ADA-compliant 32” counterheight requirements.
Five shelves will store 25 bottles of wine.
Extra storage under shelves for up to 2 additional
bottles.
beverage centers
Perlick recognizes the fact that different beverages have different
storage requirements. Perlick’s beverage centers allow for storage
of both wine and beverages, giving you the option of serving many
different types of drinks. All beverages centers allow temperatures to
range from 36 to 48 degrees.
C-Series 24” Beverage Centers
• Accommodates up to 16 bottles of wine and
54 cans.
• Two-inch thick walls provide superior insulation
and minimize vibrations.
Signature Series 15”, 24” and 48”
Beverage Centers
• Feature two wine shelves and one industry
exclusive full-extension pullout shelf.
• Shelving positions are adjustable to suit your
needs.
• Available with solid stainless steel door, glass
door, solid wood overlay door or glass door
with overlay trim.
ADA-Compliant Beverage Center
• Meets ADA-compliant 32” counterheight
requirements.
• Feature two wine shelves and one industry
exclusive full-extension pullout shelf.
• Each wine rack can accommodate 8 wine
bottles and the full-extension shelf can hold
54 cans.
18” Shallow-Depth Beverage Center
• 18” depth for design flexibility.
• Meets ADA-compliant 32” counterheight
requirements.
• Feature two wine shelves and one industry
exclusive full-extension pullout shelf.
• Each wine rack can hold 5 bottles of wine.
8300 West Good Hope Road
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223
800.558.5592 • perlick.com
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