In this economy, the restaurant and hospitality industry have been affected by the fact that people don’t dine out or travel as often as they used to. Restaurant owners and hospitality managers everywhere are looking for ways to cut costs. One way they are cutting costs is by buying in greater bulk. Of course, this doesn’t apply to all restaurant ingredients, but for spirits and wine, buying in bulk makes sense.
Generally, restaurants make as much space available for guests and diners, and the kitchens and back offices are often pretty tight. So where are these restaurants, bars and hotels supposed to store all this bulk wine? Self storage units are a cost-effective way not only to store wine, but also to preserve it correctly.
For less than $10 per month, restaurants can store up to 4 cases of wine in a state-of-the-art, specially-designed wine storage unit. And for less than $70, owners and managers can store up to 48 cases of wine. By renting a wine storage unit, you not only get the additional space, but you can be sure your bottles are being safely and securely stored at the right temperature and humidity, away from light and excessive movement.
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