I have been able to get a small percentage of my wines transported from my old home in Montreal, to the new one in Plano. However, some of my more important "babies" are still in the cellar sitting comfortably at 55 degrees. Problem is that I will have to wake them to make the 5-day, diesel transport to Texas in mid July. Concerned yet? Well, I was wondering a way without great expense that I could get these bottles to their new resting home. I am certainly aware of the damage a strong fluctuation in temp could cause, but I was thinking about raising the temp about 1/2 a degree until i reach 72 and then carry my most precious on the plane with me, then let the others brave it on the trip to Texas. Please offer any and all advice you can regarding the protection of my investment.