Prodew Humidification Systems:
Wine cellars, in their truest form, are underground. The first wine cellars were caves, and those subterranean conditions are the ones we attempt to emulate when we build a wine cellar or wine room for our home or business.
Most people are aware that their wine cellar needs to be kept cool, but many overlook the importance of humidity. The ideal humidity level for a wine cellar is 50%-70% relative humidity. Combined with the ideal 55°F temperature, this high humidity level creates the cool, damp environment that is perfect for aging wine.
Cooling systems tend to remove humidity from the air, which can lead to an overly dry environment in your cellar. Your local climate is also an important factor. Some regions are humid enough to counteract the drying effect of the cooling unit, but drier regions will almost certainly need a humidification system. There are a number of options available for humidity control, from integrated systems that are built into your cooling unit to nozzles that are strategically mounted throughout your cellar.
Winery Humidity Control