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6 Persuasive Reasons Why You Should Store Wine in a Cave

Posted by Rick Shone on Feb 23, 2018 2:30:00 PM

You could say an underground wine cave is Earth’s answer to the wine fridge. Varying in size and use, these spaces are intriguing and, more importantly, practical for wine aging and storage. Wine caves are not new. For hundreds of years, people have used these spaces to store wine for reasons that are just as relevant today. This post covers six persuasive and practical reasons why wineries should seriously consider storing wine in a cave.

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Topics: wine caves, underground spaces, wine storage and aging

9 Things To Consider For Your Next Underground Project

Posted by Rick Shone on Sep 14, 2017 3:30:00 PM

Digging deep into the cold earth is an attractive proposition for wineries. In most cases, underground environments provide ideal conditions for storing and fermenting wine. The decision to go underground may seem to be easy. However, special considerations need to be made. The following provides 9 things to consider for your next underground project.

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Topics: wine caves, wineries, underground spaces

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The Nordby Effect can often be described as being reassured that a project is being performed in a way that exceeds expectations.  Most websites feature finished structures. The real story happens before the project is finished. This blog covers the project story and the people who make these structures a tangible reality.

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