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Old 24-12-2003, 06:59 AM
Ken K.
 
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Default Dom box in Eurocave?

I just bought a bottle of the 1995 Dom. It comes in a nice box. At $99 USD
a bottle, I couldn't pass it up! Anyway, is it okay to keep the bottle
sealed in the box in my Eurocave Duo or should I take it out? Will the box
have any harmful effects on the Dom or any other bottles in there with it?
Thanks. Happy holidays, everyone!

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Old 24-12-2003, 11:14 PM
Robert Gordon
 
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"Ken K." wrote in message
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I just bought a bottle of the 1995 Dom. It comes in a nice box. At $99

USD
a bottle, I couldn't pass it up! Anyway, is it okay to keep the bottle
sealed in the box in my Eurocave Duo or should I take it out? Will the

box
have any harmful effects on the Dom or any other bottles in there with it?
Thanks. Happy holidays, everyone!

--
Ken


Cardboard will just deteriorate in the humidity.


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Old 27-12-2003, 12:04 AM
Emery Davis
 
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On Wed, 24 Dec 2003 06:59:00 GMT, "Ken K." said:

] I just bought a bottle of the 1995 Dom. It comes in a nice box. At $99 USD
] a bottle, I couldn't pass it up! Anyway, is it okay to keep the bottle
] sealed in the box in my Eurocave Duo or should I take it out? Will the box
] have any harmful effects on the Dom or any other bottles in there with it?
] Thanks. Happy holidays, everyone!
]

Hi Ken,

Actually these boxes are pretty sturdy. I've kept several in *very* humid
conditions (standard boxes melt within months) with no appreciable
degradation. I can't imagine there would be an effect on your other
juice, either.

HTH

-E


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Old 28-12-2003, 07:11 AM
Ken K.
 
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"Emery Davis" wrote:
| ] I just bought a bottle of the 1995 Dom. It comes in a nice box. At $99
USD
| ] a bottle, I couldn't pass it up! Anyway, is it okay to keep the bottle
| ] sealed in the box in my Eurocave Duo or should I take it out? Will the
box
| ] have any harmful effects on the Dom or any other bottles in there with
it?
| ] Thanks. Happy holidays, everyone!
|
| Hi Ken,
|
| Actually these boxes are pretty sturdy. I've kept several in *very* humid
| conditions (standard boxes melt within months) with no appreciable
| degradation. I can't imagine there would be an effect on your other
| juice, either.

I'm gonna leave it in there. The box does seem very sturdy to me--that's
why I asked the question. Time will tell, I guess. Thanks for your input.

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Old 28-12-2003, 06:55 PM
D. Gerasimatos
 
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In article ,
Ken K. wrote:

I'm gonna leave it in there. The box does seem very sturdy to me--that's
why I asked the question. Time will tell, I guess. Thanks for your input.



FWIW, I've always seen it stored in the box. This is probably a matter of
convenience. If the box breaks down - so what?


Dimitri



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