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NeuBold Home 36" Cherise Wine Table
Serve up a party and conveniently display your favorite wine bottles in this sleek wine table. Slatted shelves store up to 15 bottles beneath a drawer for bottle openers or accessory storage. Sophisticated black finish and antique-look silver knob blend this wine table with a broad range of styles and decor.

Details
  • Materials: Rubberwood, MDF, veneer and metal
  • Dimensions: 26"W x 14-1/2"D x 36"H
  • Weight: 35 lbs
  • Weight Limit:
    Top: 20 lbs
    Drawer: 12 lbs each
    Bottle Holder: 4 lbs each
  • Care: Spot clean with a dry cloth
  • Assembly: Some assembly required
  • Warranty: One year limited manufacturer warranty;1-800-633-5096
  • Part Number: 14-SH-2057
  • Collection: NeuBold Home
  • Country of Origin: Vietnam

California residents only: “Proposition 65” WARNING

Storing & Preserving Wine
A true wine enthusiast knows that proper preservation technique is tantamount to enjoying a fuller, more fulfilling wine taste. A wine patron will often take greater steps to preserve a more expensive bottle. However, taking the right precautions can make a $10 bottle of wine taste like $30. Adhering to a few tricks can make for better flavor and aroma of your wine.
  • Temperature maintenance is the first step in allowing your bottle to mature to its full potential. Most homes maintain a temperature of 70 degrees with a humidity of roughly 20-30%. Optimal wine storage temperatures call for 55-58 degrees with about 55-75% humidity. To replicate these ideal conditions, a proper cellar or wine refrigerator is recommended.
  • Keep your wine out of sunlight. UV rays are harmful to wine and give it an unpleasant cardboard taste and smell.
  • Keep your wine away from cupboards, cabinets and home refrigerators. The opening and shutting of cabinets and doors cause vibrations that disturb your wine and affect the taste.
  • Store bottles on their sides to keep their corks moist. (When a cork dries, it allows air in that will spoil your wine.) When using a rack, keep your white wine lower on the rack, as heat rises and red wine fairs better in higher temperatures.
  • For storing your wine in the short term, duplicate the conditions of longer-term preservation as best you can.