Average wine cellars watch out for this one! I just came across the most amazing and innovative way to store your wine, I am not kidding, it made me squeal a little with delight. Imagine this – you’re hosting a dinner party and you go to retrieve your best wine for the occasion in your wine cellar, concealed under the floor, beneath a trap-door. You open the door and descend down a spiral staircase and choose a perfectly and naturally chilled bottle of pinot and ascend through the floor to the utter astonishment of your guests. This is for real! Spiral Wine Cellars!
For the serious wine collector, you will be looking for a cooler that will house a little more than a standard 24 or 36 bottle capacity. At the same time, you’re not totally ready to renovate your basement into a full on wine cellar. Enter: Large Wine Fridges!
Curious about the Koldfront brand? Here are four Koldfront Wine Cooler units for you to take into consideration. Most of these fridges are thermoelectric, meaning that they are generally quieter than the larger compressor coolers. They are also more energy efficient and for the price, do a pretty decent job at chilling your favorite wines.
Looking for a compact wine cooler to keep both your whites and reds chilled in one unit? Whether you are just starting a wine collection of your own, or you are a connoisseur wanting to house your best vintages in a compact wine cellar, the Edgestar CWF340DZ may be the wine fridge for you.
Not only for the wine enthusiast, but the beverage extraordinaire as well, the Danby Silhouette (Amazon), Danby DBC2760BLS built-in beverage center can store both your wines and your canned beverages in the same unit. This is not your typical wine cooler, or mini fridge, the french door design and dual temperature zones set the Danby DBC2760BLS apart. Dual functions mean twice the fun with this fridge.
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