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Best environment for fi ne wines ___ For perfect storage the wine should not be disturbed. ___ Even small vibrations caused by the noise of machinery, 10 road traffi c or frequent footfall can harm old wines. The wine is imperceptibly »shaken up«, and the sediment is disturbed. This leads to increased reactions between the diff erent components of the wine, which then creates undesirable compounds that leave the wine tasting odd and inharmonious – something like what is seen straight after the fi lling process. Wine bottles are usually stored lying down so that their corks are constantly moistened and cannot dry out. On the other hand, bottles with screw caps or glass stoppers can be stored upright without any problem as they provide an airtight seal for the wine. Optimum storage with Liebherr Protection against vibration. The specially developed, low-vibration compressors used in Liebherr wine cabinets provide gentle storage conditions. In the new Vinidor wine cabinets, the entire refrigeration system is fully vibration dampened to minimise vibration transmission. Accordingly, appliances make very little operating noise, and the wine can be stored with minimal disturbance. Optimum position. Wine is able to age in peace on stable, handcrafted wooden shelves. These shelves are unvarnished so that varnish vapours do not damage the wine. The wooden shelves are ideal for safely storing Bordeaux bottles, and positioning the wine bottles in opposite directions on the shelves allows optimum use of the appliance’s capacity. In the Vinidor appliances, the wooden shelves are fi tted to telescopic rails to provide a clear overview of the bottles, and to ensure easy access – even to those at the back. The presentation shelf is ideal for showcasing fi ne wines and also maintains opened bottles at a perfect temperature. Soft closing. The door closes softly automatically from an openeing angle of about 45° (freestanding wine cabinets) and 30° (integrated wine cabinets) to prevent any vibrations that could damage the wine.


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