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[. . . ] The symbol on the product, or on the documents accompanying this appliance indicates that this product should not be disposed of as household waste. Please dispose of this appliance at an Electrical & Electronic Equipment Collection point as in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal. When it is scrapped, make it unusable by cutting the power cable and removing the doors and shelves so that children cannot access the inside easily. Scrap it according to the local rules for the disposal of waste and take it to a collection point. [. . . ] Also avoid letting the bottles come into contact with the bottom wall because this would not only affect efficient defrosting but could ruin the bottle labels because of the drops of water collected during defrosting. The shelves on which the bottles are placed are made of wood, which efficiently absorbs any vibrations and keeps the bottle away from the wall which transmits the cold. The bottles of wine must also be kept away from substances or places which have a strong smell because this could easily be transmitted to the wine. The temperature The temperature represents a critical factor which is important throughout the wine’s life cycle. It determines wine’s good development while it remains in the bottle to mature. For best storage the temperature must be kept constant between 8 and 12°C. Rapid and wide changes of temperature must be avoided: too high a temperature dilates the liquids and speeds up the maturing process, while too low a temperature (below 4 – 5°C) could cause the precipitation of tartrates, which could affect the wine’s appearance. In extreme cases in which the temperature drops below 0°C, the wine may freeze and cause the cork to be expelled. The cork The cork is a fundamental component of a bottle of wine: its quality, chosen by the wine producer, is very important for the maturation of the wine itself. The perfect condition of the cork, in the bottles which we buy, depends exclusively on the standards of use and storage used by the producer or bottler. 20 STORING THE BOTTLES Classical storage with 36 bottles If you want to arrange the bottles for storing wine so that they are visible and easy to take out, we recommend the 36-bottle configuration (Bordeaux bottle or mixed Bordeaux bottle and German-type bottle). Position a maximum of 6 bottles in the niches of each of the 5 wooden shelves; another 6 bottles can be placed in the slots on the bottom of the cellar to give a total of 36 bottles. The wooden shelves have a locking system to avoid accidental removal which could cause the bottles to fall. The larger bottles (German-type bottle) should be placed on their side. Storage with Champagne bottles. Because Champagne bottles are larger than normal ones, a maximum of 5 must be placed on the bottom of the cellar. If you want to store more Champagne bottles remove the 5th shelf and stack the bottles on top of the bottles placed on the base of the cellar but in the reverse direction. Up to 9 Champagne bottles can be stored in this way. Taking out the wooden shelves To take out the wooden shelves proceed as follows: 1. Remove the shelf slowly by pulling it slowly towards you one third of its length. If there are only a few bottles If there are not enough bottles to fill the wine cellar they should be distributed between all the available shelves, avoiding loading them all at the top or all at the bottom. So that they can be more easily seen from outside, they should be placed centrally on all the shelves. 21 STORING THE BOTTLES Possible configurations for storing bottles STANDARD 36 Bottles (100% on their sides) 5 racks used STORAGE 44 Bottles (100% on their sides) 1 rack used STORAGE 42 Bottles (50% on their sides and 50% upright) 3 racks used } 4 rows (6x4) MAXIMUM STORAGE 46 Bottles (48% on their sides and 52% upright) 1 rack used 4 rows (6x4) { STORING CHAMPAGNE BOTTLES Never take out more than one sliding shelf at once. 22 TABLE OF THE BEST SERVING TEMPERATURES FOR WINES The table gives the indicative temperatures at which the wine should be served. If the wine must be served at a higher temperature than that set inside the cellar, it should be left out for as long as is necessary. Barolo Barbaresco Beaujolais White Dry Bordeaux Red Bordeaux White Burgundy Red Burgundy Brunello Champagne Chianti Classico Passito di Pantelleria Rosé Cote de Provence Dry and Sweet Spumanti 17° C 17° C 13° C 8° C 17° C 11° C 18° C 17° C 6° C 16° C 6° C 12° C 6° C Verdicchio White Trentino wines White Franciacorta wines Dry white wines Friuli wines Rhone wines Dry White Loire wines Liqueur Loire wines Red Loire wines Liqueur raisin wines Vins Nouveaux Light Red wines, without much tannin Quite full-bodied Red wines, with some tannin 8° C 11° C 11° C 8° C 11° C 15° C 10° C 7° C 14° C 8-18° C 12° C 14° C 16° C DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE 1. Rating plate 23 HOW TO OPERATE THE APPLIANCE Preparing the appliance for use Switching on the appliance Insert the plug to start the appliance and then set the temperature on the front panel. [. . . ] • The manufacturer declines any responsibility for any damage suffered by people, animals or things caused by failure to observe the rules given above. • If the plug and socket are not of the same type, have a qualified electrician replace the socket. Electrical disconnection Electrical disconnection must be possible either by unplugging the plug or by means of a 2-pole mains switch upstream of the socket. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION FOR GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ONLY Warning - this appliance must be earthed Fuse replacement If the mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS 1363A 13amp fused plug, to change a fuse in this type of plug use an A. S. T. A. Important: The fuse cover must be refitted when changing a fuse and if the fuse cover is lost the plug must not be used until a correct replacement is fitted. [. . . ]


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