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This is a mid-size unit that will easily hold 24 standard size wine bottles. What’s cool about this wine fridge, is that it’s Dual Zoned! In case you weren’t aware – that means you can store both your whites and red in the same unit but with two different temperatures!
Koldfront also has a built-in security lock for this unit which is great for families – keep curious little hands and rebellious teenage ones at bay…!
A freestanding unit you can place just about anywhere that’s near an outlet. Thermoelectric cooling keeps these wine fridges on the quieter side.
For the wine enthusiast in you! Allavino boasts that these wine fridges store more bottle types than any other wine cooler/fridge! Store your Champagne and Bordeaux bottles side-by-side with ease.
Due to the sheer size, this cooler demands dual zones. A digital display allows you to control the dual temperature zones easily.
Allavino has FlexCount shelves, an innovation that will delight you! These shelves are thin enough to allow maximum wine bottle storage, yet they remain strong enough to support the weight – without sagging.
FlexCount shelves are easy-gliders which slide in and out on ball-bearing tracks. Wooden slats and stainless steel in design, the shelves are both functional and attractive.
Versatile: You can opt for a built-in look or go freestyle and place it in any room. A front vent allows you to build- in to existing cabinetry.
These sweet in-between-size wine fridges are great for chilling both your reds and whites. The dual zones holds up to 18 bottles at two temperature zones.
Everything is digital! Super mod digital design allows you to adjust temperatures just by touch. These are freestanding wine fridges which enables you to place them anywhere!
Pretty and chic chrome shelves keep your wine cool and looking cool too. 7 shelves give ample space for your bottles and each one pulls out for easy access.
The Silent Cooler… using Thermoelectric technology, this wine fridge is both quiet running and energy efficient. Who needs added noise pollution especially in the comfort of your own home?
This one’s a Best Seller! Check it out if you want another option for an 18 bottle freestanding wine fridge. hOmelabs wine fridges are pretty comparable to the above reviewed Wine Enthusiast 18 Bottle fridge.
If you prefer just one zone – say you’re a die-hard only reds kinda guy/gal, then this single zone fridge will work for you!
Slide out shelving and a classy glassy door! Digital controls keeps things easy and at your fingertips.
Freestanding! Place it anywhere. Visually speaking, the difference between hOmelabs’ wine fridges and the Wine Enthusiast ones, is the shape and size. hOmelabs is slightly wider and not as tall.
This is a great little unit, a super star in the class of small wine fridges. Holding a dozen bottles, this wine fridge can be placed virtually anywhere – even on your countertop!
Quiet cooler. Another thermoelectric wonder! It’s stylish and sleek design don’t hurt the eyes ‘neither! An airtight glass door keeps all that cool air inside where it’s circulated evenly.
Space saver! Not only for your small living space, but inside the wine fridge itself. Vertical storage allows you to store opened bottles and reduce spillage.
Kalamera is still a top seller for wine fridges! This sturdy unit can hold a sizeable collection of 30 bottles. If you’re that in-between wine collector who needs a little more space than just a 12 bottle but you don’t want a giant cellar…yet… check this one out!
This versatile unit can be placed anywhere – it’s a freestanding wine fridge! A handy function that Kalamera offers is Temperature Memory Function. What’s this? Well, say you lose power, this fridge restores the set temperature so you don’t have to!
Beauty in stainless steel and a double-layered glass door! Two layers of tempered glass keep the cool in and your wine happy. The glass door is also kept from fogging up. Bonus!
Speaking of Kalamera… up the ante with this pretty, double doored, dual zoned 40 bottle wine cooler! It really is pretty, isn’t it? Like a wine cellar with stainless steel French Doors!
Dual zones are a great way to keep your whites chilled at one temperature and your reds at another. Perfect for the OCD wine collector. Or for those who want to store wines at their correct temperature… 😉
Alarm! Alarm! It has a built-in Alarm!! A beep and an LED glow will tell you that you haven’t closed the door properly. This is a great function for those with curious lil’ toddler hands or rebellious teenage ones.
User Friendly Controls. Kalamera is pretty sure that your not-so-tech-savvy spouse/friend/relative will understand how to tackle the controls on these wine fridges.
An itty-bitty wine fridge for your itty-bitty space! Costway makes these wine fridges which are perfect for small apartments, studios, or even RVs! Or maybe you’re just in the market for a cute little wine fridge. Here it is!
Small yet mighty! Modern yet classic! Place this unit on your countertop, floor, or tabletop. Keeping up with its bigger counterparts, this 6 bottle fridge is still sleek and modern with digital displays and interior LED lighting.
Adjustable shelving! Five steel shelves can come completely out of the fridge for easy cleaning. A recessed handle might not matter to some, but this design is actually a space-saver.
A little tight on space? Costway makes a 12 and 18 Bottle fridge too!
Great for beer too! This freestanding unit can be placed wherever your heart desires, yes, even in your bathroom!…really? No, but actually yes, if you really need a wine cooler there, yes.
These wine fridges may speak a little more to someone who’s in the market for a wine AND beer fridge! Put it in your workshop or your ‘man cave’ or your ‘lady lair’ or what-have-you. It’s small enough to place on your countertop but also big enough to store 37 bottles!
Moveable shelving allows you to fiddle around with your fridge until it’s fixed just right to store your bibations.
Double paned glass doors keep nasty UV rays out so that your wine/beer can enjoy the oasis that it’s resting in.
You’re not quite a wine aficionado but you do like to keep a few…15 February 2019