Some are industrial, made for the wine fanatic who hasn’t had an opportunity to build a full-fledged cellar yet. Some are sleek, made for showing off at parties, but those lack the functionality brought by other wine chillers. Concrete chillers like the Angle 33 Wine Thermal are making waves in the wine community, because they provide both the practical benefits and aesthetic appeal that can make a bottle of wine feel like the main event of any social social occasion.
Wine is delicate, and aging it properly is as much an issue of storage space as it is patience. Wine chillers make the entire process easier, providing an elegant solution for both storage space and temperature regulation. Using them for both storage and pinpointing that optimal serving temperature will make your hosting skills the talk of the town.
There are several properties of concrete that make it optimal for use around the house, most importantly, storing and serving wine. The first is a general durability. A concrete wine thermal will last as long as your house. The second occurs thanks to a well known phenomenon called the Albedo Effect. Concrete as a high albedo, meaning it has high reflective properties that can shield out radiation and heat and lock cold in. Lastly, concrete has a high thermal mass, meaning it takes a great amount of heat to warm up and allow energy to flow through it. These properties are crucial in creating a temperature safe environment for wine to age, and allow concrete wine chillers to be cooled to help keep wine at an optimal serving temperature when you decide to break out a bottle.
Aging wine requires patience and space. Keeping it out of sunlight and keeping it between 50-60 degrees fahrenheit will help any wine age properly for months to years. The thermal properties of concrete wine chillers keep wine in any environment at a stable temperature.
Once you decide to crack open a new bottle you should make sure it’s at its peak serving temperature. Allowing the bottle to chill in the refrigerator for an hour will likely bring any wine, red or white, to the optimal temperature. You can chill a concrete thermal as well to help retain the optimal temperature for hours after opening, eschewing the need for buckets or bowls of ice and water.
Functionality isn’t the only appeal to a concrete wine chiller. The sleek, innovative design provides an eye-catching look that will wow guests as much as the wine you serve. There is no longer any need for a fancy wine refrigerator or designated wine cellar to seem like an aficionado. The modern look and sustainable design of a concrete wine chiller is a major part of the appeal, and their functionality and ease of use make them a truly next-level wine chilling tool.
The benefits of storing and serving wine with a concrete wine chiller are many. Whether you’re looking to store several bottles and age them well, or you have a bottle you’d like to pop open and finish tonight, a wine chiller will keep any bottle feeling as crisp and flavorful as the vineyard intended it to be.
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