Chicago Wine On Tap
Chicago wine on tap is becoming increasingly popular in restaurants and bars, offering several advantages over traditional bottled wine. However, designing and installing a Chicago wine-on-tap system requires careful consideration to ensure the wine is stored and served correctly. Wines that are intended for tap systems should be selected based on their compatibility with the system, as well as their ability to maintain quality over time. Some wine varietals are better suited to on-tap systems than others, such as wines with lower tannins and acidity.
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Once you have carefully selected the wine types for your establishment’s wine-on-tap system, the installation process requires meticulous attention to detail. At Stuever & Sons, we prioritize crucial considerations to ensure the optimal functioning of your wine-on-tap system.
One of the key factors we focus on is the material used for the wine lines. Stainless steel is a preferred choice for wine-on-tap systems due to its excellent properties. It is easy to clean, resistant to corrosion, and does not react with the wine. These characteristics are essential for maintaining the integrity and flavor of the wine as it passes through the lines. Stainless steel wine lines help ensure that no unwanted flavors or contaminants are introduced, guaranteeing a clean and pure wine-drinking experience. Temperature control is another critical aspect when it comes to wine-on-tap systems. Wine is a delicate beverage that is greatly influenced by temperature. Proper storage and serving temperatures are crucial for preserving its quality and enhancing the drinking experience.
By prioritizing these considerations, we ensure that your wine-on-tap system operates flawlessly, delivering pristine wine experiences that your customers will appreciate.