Quote Originally Posted by GRHazelton View Post
Since chemical reactions roughly double/halve in speed with each 10 degree C change, storage in the fridge sounds good ... or is it? Any thoughts on using a fridge at perhaps 35 F? Would there be a problem with precipitations which wouldn't then redisolve?
Yes, there will problem with precipitation, and it will be difficult to redisolve. Most of the solutions are nearly saturated.

As far as vacuum corks holding their seal for a long time - I've left partial wine bottles with them for a week or more, and they still seem to be sealed. Not that its good for the wine, it's just that we were on vacation and a partial bottle got left at home.