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Wine Cooler Shopping Made Simple
Single or Dual Zone Wine Coolers For All Your Built-In & Freestanding Applications
A refrigerated wine cooler is one of the best ways to keep your wine properly stored and maintained. Our store offers some of the highest-quality, most technologically advanced wine refrigerators on the market. We offer small counter-top units to high capacity commercial models - plus the expert advice you need.
Wine Refrigerator OR Refrigerated Wine Cellar?
Learn Where You Stand & Which Model Is Right For Your Wine Storage Needs
Wine should be stored in a vibration free environment, and away from any direct light. There should also be a constant temperature between 53-57°F and a moisture level between 55-70%. As you may also know, the best storage solutions are premium wine refrigerators and refrigerated wine cellars. But what’s the difference between these options, and which one is right for you?
Wine Refrigerator / Wine Cooler:
If you're like most people, you plan on drinking your wine within the first 12 months and don’t foresee building a collection or aging younger wines. you probably want a wine refrigeratWine Cooler Shopping Made Simpler. They’re designed for short-term storage and are usually more compact than wine cellars, built to store anywhere from 6 to 48 bottles. There are two important factors to consider when choosing the proper wine refrigerator:
1. What is its intended location in your home. Do you want it on a countertop, freestanding on the floor or recessed into your cabinetry?
2. Since red and white wine should be stored at different temperatures, do you need single zone storage for one specific wine type, or do you want to have multiple zone storage for both types?
Refrigerated Wine Cellars:
If you plan to store your wine longer than 12 months and want to grow your collection, a refrigerated wine cellar is a smart choice. They’re specially engineered for long-term storage and are generally larger capacity and more furniture-styled than wine refrigerators.
If you’re looking for the latest in technology, the Danby Silhouette series wine cellar, designed to replicate the conditions of an actual wine cave, is the ultimate choice. There are also several Avanti Wine Cellars that are both stylish and affordable.