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Old 08-07-2011, 09:56 AM   #15
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I store mine in my stomach. Always fresh that way. No chance to get spilled, broken or old!
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Old 08-07-2011, 11:24 AM   #16
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Originally we stored our wine in wine boxes under our desks, but now we store our wine in the back of one of our deep kitchen cabinets. The wine bottles lay on their side with a piece of rubberized shelf liner between each stack.

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Old 08-07-2011, 01:21 PM   #17
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Excellent responses! Thanks to everyone for their input. Back to the drawing board.
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Old 08-07-2011, 02:14 PM   #18
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I suppose we are fortunate to have a built-in wine rack, so I can't speak of any others.
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We buy our as we need it and sample wine from other parts of the country but the best wines come from the Osage ridge just west of St.Charles Mo. on Hyw.94.
Would that be ST. James Winery by chance? Every time we travel by St. James we buy 2 cases of our favorite wines, since they cannot ship to Indiana.
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Old 08-07-2011, 03:48 PM   #19
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Ray...how about posting a picture of your built in Wine rack? Would love to see how they did it.
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Well...I just buy the cheap box wine (chillable red) and lay it on its side on the bottom shelf. It fits, does not spill, and I can still store something else on top of the box. Bottles with a cork do not fit in my refirgerator and with a box I don't have to shop so often.
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Normally we buy 2 buck Chuck and leave it in the cardboard box in the basement, unless we by a box of Franzia then it fits in the fridge.
We're full timers and never had an issue.
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Ray...how about posting a picture of your built in Wine rack? Would love to see how they did it.
I've never successfully uploaded a picture to the internet, sorry I can't be helpful in this respect.
Our wine rack is a 5 bottle rack built into a cabinet. The bottles rest on their side, with a correctly-sized notch for each end, and about an inch between bottles. Of course this means we must buy only one size of bottle for them to fit or buy a larger size and have room for 3 bottles. The rack is below the cabinet doors, open to view; you look at the cork, if that description is lucid.
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We have a cabinet that is located aft of the dinette. It is a cabinet that in other coachs, identical to ours, that will have a TV in it. In our coach we have the front TV so the other cabinet is used for storage. We have a couple wine racks and store the wine and other "spirits" there. We wrap those rubber shelf liners around each bottle before putting them in the rack to keep them from moving around. We (meaning DW) like to visit Wineries in our travels and we have a variety of selections. I am personally not a wine kinda guy but my DW is.

An amusing aside.........

In our previous coach we left some wine in a cupboard when we stored the coach over the winter. BIG mistake. I sorta thought wine was alcohol and wouldnt freeze.... Needless to say the cleanup was a mess.
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