The average percent humidity considered ideal for a cellar where wine is being stored.  In extreme cases, if the humidity is too high, mold can start to grow. This won’t affect a properly sealed wine but can damage labels and make wine more difficult to re-sell. On the other hand, if a cellar is too dry, the cork may eventually dry out and expose the wine to air, oxidizing it.

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