Edgestar CWF340DZ Wine coolers make a great gift for the wine enthusiast in your family and friends group. Not sure if they prefer whites over reds? No worries, this fridge chills both to perfection. Having a big party? This Edgestar CWF340DZ stores up to 34 standard wine bottles; that sounds like a pretty good party! Click the item in the table below to skip ahead in the article, or just keep reading the whole review starting here.
Wine amateurs and connoisseurs alike will appreciate this Edgestar CWF340DZ wine fridge which has a capacity to chill 34 standard size wine bottles. This dual temperature zone wine fridge will keep both your whites and reds at your desired temperatures making for a better tasting and longer lasting wine collection. (Here’s a great article about storing wine). The upper part of the fridge is zoned for temperatures from 41-54 degrees F, great for your white wine collection. The lower zone keeps your reds at temperatures between 54-64 degrees F. The powerful circulation fans evenly distribute cool air throughout the unit. No hot spots or uneven cooling to frustrate your wine endeavours.
Edgestar CWF340DZ makes a beautifully designed fridge to add elegance to your living space and impress your friends and family. The sleek design of the stainless steel trimmed door and towel bar handle presents nicely with the wood-trimmed wire wine racks. The door is also reversible, allowing you to open it to the right or the left, whichever is most convenient for the environment and space it is housed in. This compact fridge is great for apartment living too. Another stylish but practical aspect to this wine cooler fridge, is the factory-installed lock. Curious teens lurking around the fridge will be disappointed with this feature, but you will have peace of mind that your wine collection is safe behind a secure lock system.
LED interior lighting: LED interior lighting gives a cool vibe while showing off your collection and at the same time, not exposing it to too much light which can potentially ruin a good bottle of wine. Digital temperature control: This feature allows you to be in control of your wines coolness, while making you look pretty cool too. Double-paned glass door: This feature adds sophistication but also lends to its durable construction. Freestanding: This fridge is free-standing, meaning that you can house it in rooms other than your kitchen, like your man-cave, or games room! You also have the option to build it into a counter in your kitchen too. Automatic power on: If you live in an area that experiences frequent power outages, this cooler will automatically turn back on once power is restored. Shipping: Care is taken when shipping this product to your home. Extra boxing and packaging ensures a safe delivery of your Edgestar. Noisy?: The compressor-based cooling system is not a super noisy device, it’s not silent either, but you don’t have to worry about loud motors and fans running you out of your house! (Here’s a super in-depth article about compressor cooling!) Wine racks: Slightly tilted wine racks make it easy to store and retrieve bottles. You can also easily remove a rack for storage of larger bottles. Pretty: It’s elegant. It’s sleek. It’s just a pretty wine fridge, sure to add style to any home.
This unit is made in China.
EdgeStar has a 90 day labor warranty where they will repair the product free of charge at an EdgeStar facility. There is a one year warranty for any parts that are defective or break. (Keep in mind that the warranties do not cover damages incurred by misuse or normal wear and tear).
Overall this Edgestar CWF340DZ is a pretty decent appliance to start your wine chilling adventures. Customer reviews are varied but tend toward four stars out of five, so it’s an average fridge. This unit could be a good starter wine fridge eventually leading up to your enormous wine cellar (check out these large wine fridges!), or not. Who knows? We do hope you know more about this product after reading the article and are better informed for it! Cheers!
So you’re looking for a wine fridge but you don’t necessarily have a…23 May 2016