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    Humidity Controlled Wine Coolers

    Our selection of humidity-controlled wine coolers maintain humidity between 55% and 85% - providing external conditions are not extreme. Most wine fridges will protect your wines from high and low humidity.

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    About Humidity-Controlled Models

    Controlling humidity is key to storing your wines well over the long term. If the humidity of the storage area exceeds 85% or drops below 55% consistently it can lead to degradation in the quality of your wines.

    Enjoy fast and complimentary 2-person delivery on all humidity-controlled models, delivered ready to install. Store your wines safely and securely with expert help from our knowledgeable professionals.

    Have a Question? Speak With Our Experts Now

    Here at EWS, our priority is your satisfaction, we focus on excellent customer care (see our 5-star reviews) and best-in-class wine storage units. Our safe guarding, premium humidity controlled wine fridges come with a minimum of 2 years manufacturer warranty and free 2-person delivery is standard. 

    If you have any questions get in touch with us today via our live chat button in the bottom right corner of the screen, email info@expertwinestorage.co.uk or call us on 0330 133 2327 - one of our knowledgeable, experts from the UK-based team will be delighted to help you immediately.

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    FAQs

    Can You Control Humidity?

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    Yes, the majority of wine fridges, include humidity controls which detect and regulate humidity and adjust the internal humidity of the wine fridge to ensure it stays within a range of around 55-85% - the perfect band for wine storage.

    What Humidity Percentage Should Wine Be Stored At?

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    Our recommendation for humidity levels when storing wine over the longer term is between the humidities of 60% and 86%. The majority of wine coolers keep humidity in a band of 55% to 85%. If humidity levels are below 55%, the air is too dry and corks can dry out on the wine bottles.

    philip thompson Author: Philip Thompson
    Philip is the General Manager at Expert Wine Storage, and is very knowledgable about all things relating to wine and wine storage, including wine fridges. He is regularly featured in media outlets sharing his knowledge on wine. Connect on Linkedin