Men loading wine barrels in a truck : Stock Photo
Barrel is a term that can refer to both a storage area for wines and the wines stored there. Traditionally, wine cellars were underground because such a location keeps the wines at the proper temperature.

Men loading wine barrels in a truck

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Hans Neleman
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Barrel is a term that can refer to both a storage area for wines and the wines stored there. Traditionally, wine cellars were underground because such a location keeps the wines at the proper temperature.
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