Wine culture has slowly become a crucial moment for people and their social life.
The role that wine culture has assumed in recent years in Italy (but not only) has gradually grown with the increasingly frequent appearance of places dedicated to the world of wine.
As observed Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food, in his last speech at the Turin Salone del Gusto, in 2018: ""Finally we kicked the bad wine off the tables of grape enthusiasts. We drink less, but wedrink better! Quality is chosen and rewarded by the market and consumers all over the world"".
In this climate of greater awareness regarding the raw material, we have witnessed a decisive change: the bottles from the back of the premises or counters have taken up more and more space in public areas, the cellars have gained increasingly important roles, with elegant lines, refined colors and the characteristics of Italian design.
Even if the bottle is sealed with the capsule or with the cork stopper, an exchange of air between the inside and the outside although minimal is often inevitable. This phenomenon is greater in a dry environment, where liquids evaporate more rapidly.
An ideal ideal humidity rate should be between 80% and 85%, an easily measurable value with a hygrometer.