Hello everone

I am building a wine cellar of 313 sq. feet. I need a cooling system.
My question is which one? Does anyone have any help in which one I need.
The cellar is in my basement, where the temp is summer 20 C. and in the winter 12 C. So it does not need to work too hard. The cellar is wonder board with tile slate tile and a 4 inch insulation.
Please help

Thank You

Kaufmann
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Kedco is the candy store for wine lovers (minus the wine sadly)
Hunter, do you live near Kedco/Stew Leonard's (great wine slection, little pricey, but I am still there once a week (free wine tastings every FRiday, Saturday and Sunday) and am usually shaking from the cold from being in the cellar room for to long.
Dave, I go to Stew Leonards every now and then. I live north shore suffolk. so it's not that close.

I find there cellar room is interesting (the 6 liter of Opus is funny) but too expensive. The main floor can have some winners in that they get hard-to-get mailer type wineries once in a while like Martinelli, Turley and Loring. They are one of the few stores that offer good Oregon Pinot Noir and Washington wines too.

I buy 90% online (mostly upstate outlets and mailers), but WH Frank in Central Islip is the best store IMO for quality and pricing of good bottles - great for France, and I mean really great. Costco Holbrook Liquors is the best I have seen for mid priced wine.

Oh, and welcome to the board. Good to see another LI wino around here. Smile
Thanks for the welcome message Hunter mighty nice of yah. I look at that 1500 bottle of 98 Opus all time and I think, its not even stored correctly (its on its side but at to great of an angle at no juice is touching the cork) the 1.5 liter is stored better I think. I love the Phelps Insignia magnums which are too expensive as well. I enjoyed going to Raeders over this past weekend, should have left the credit card at home as I was a kid in a candy store. MY wife grunts when I spend over a hundred on a bottle because "its a waste" but her $175 massages are well spent because they relax her. I tell her to look at me after I drink a bottle of wine and tell me I don’t look relaxed (or at least happy)
Raeders is good, but he hides a lot of stuff in his cellar downstairs. I searched for a bottle one day I was looking for on winesearcher and it showed Raeders had it. They played games with me for a while before I got him to get it for me. They save for their regular big customers.

He's got a lot more than what you see. Ask him next time and he'll probably pull something nice out for you.
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Originally posted by differentdave:
Called Kedco, they are gods in the world of wine cellars. They advertise in all the mags, I have used them for digital cellars, glasses, travel cases, labels, tasterins,etc.
KEdco
631) 454-7800 564 Smith St, Farmingdale, NY


Hi thanks a lot,I know this add is from 2006
but it was sure helpful Smile so I just wanted to
say that now I also warmly recommend for kedco.And I think that it worth to give a visit to these sites strength training, wiring diagram.
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Originally posted by diamondblast:
quote:
Originally posted by differentdave:
Called Kedco, they are gods in the world of wine cellars. They advertise in all the mags, I have used them for digital cellars, glasses, travel cases, labels, tasterins,etc.
KEdco
631) 454-7800 564 Smith St, Farmingdale, NY


Hi thanks a lot,I know this add is from 2006
but it was sure helpful Smile so I just wanted to
say that now I also warmly recommend for kedco.


Is a web page available?
kedco is not on internet :-( but it is a wine lovers paradise without the wine. MY wife buys most of my gifts from there (cool shirts, she got me some cellar art from them, tasting glasses, a tasting kit (numbered bags to cover bottles of wine, speciality pads for writing notes, etc) as well as countless other items.
They helped me design my new 2000 walk in and i am getting all the shelving, the split system, etc all from them

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