OK, getting a bit obsessive here, but advice and input needed. I have an actual cellar that I’m using for wine. It’s pretty much perfect, being a dank, humid place (this bit still non-damp proofed). It’s on a resin floor that was laid on top of the old stone floor that was seemingly rather all over the place - hence the resin to help with drafts and general stuff. Then lino on top.
The washing machine is in the next big room, separated by stone walls.
I’m thinking of at least getting some rubber cups for under the washing machine. There is some vibration when the washing machine is on.
My question is - what is the level of vibration one should worry about in wine?
Are we talking busy London road at rush hour? Road drills? Washing machine in modern flat? I’m really trying to work out if there is an issue.
I might try isolating the wine stuff with some rubber foot things itself. Maybe even some layers of carpet to absorb any vibration and let the mass of the wine do the rest. Any oenophile phycisists/ engineers here?