As hurricane season approaches, it's important to take the necessary precautions to protect your valuable wine collection.
To keep your wine safe from the storm, consider storing your wine collection in a secure location that is not prone to flooding or damage from high winds. This can include a dedicated wine storage facility or a secure area in your home or business that is elevated and away from potential flood areas. The last hurricane caused a massive amount of damage to the food and beverage industry, with many restaurants having to throw away thousands of dollars worth of wine.
Rachel Keller, the founder of Carl’s Wine Vault, is a true wine lover, and her passion for wine has led her to dedicate her life to the protection and preservation of wine collections.
Keller's commitment to providing her clients with the best possible service is evident in her attention to detail. She recognizes that wine is a delicate product and takes great care to ensure that it is stored in the ideal environment. This attention to detail is especially important in the wine industry, where environmental factors can greatly impact the quality of the wine.
Keller is able to trust in the backup systems at Carl's to protect the wine with a commercial-grade Tesla battery powered battery pack, the only one of its kind in the industry, handling whatever mother nature throws its way. Even during Hurricane Ian, when the electricity was down for three days, Carl’s Wine Vault never lost power. This level of reliability is essential in the wine industry, where power outages can have a significant impact on the quality of the wine.
Keller advises, “Our facility is equipped with state-of-the-art climate control systems that ensure your wine is stored at the optimal temperature and humidity levels. Additionally, our vault is equipped with top-of-the-line security measures, including 24/7 video surveillance and access control systems, to ensure the safety of your wine.”