Independent of if you like to accompany your meals with a glass of vino tinto or rather prefer a good strain of white, the most important thing is that your beverage is at the ideal temperature. And a fridge for wine proper is one of those appliances capable of working with precision. To difference of a regular, the best fridges for wines provide the ideal temperature to keep your drink in the right conditions, whether if you want to keep it a couple of months or serve it immediately. However, finding the right model can be a difficult task. There are a lot of alternatives available in the market for different needs, for example, depending on how many bottles you will store. Some of these will be able to store several dozens, while others are designed only for one. The difficulty is greater when it comes to finding the best refrigerator for wine if you have a collection. Some models provide cooling dual zone, separating the that you are going to store and those who are going to serve, while others keep all wines at the same temperature. You should also think about the energy footprint, as some consume more electricity than others. In addition, it is a good idea to consider how noisy is the unit, its visual design, and if it is set to an outline of equipment particular.
Below, we present to you the best fridges for wines that you can buy.
Fridge thermoelectric Nutrichef 12
The fridge NutriChef 12 is a excellent option for those who have a limited budget. Despite the fact that it is in the lower end of the price ranges, is ideal for those who want to dabble in the wine collection. Account with a door of glass reinforced and an internal LED light to highlight your wine. To get the right temperature, you can set it between 50 and 64 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 18 degrees Celsius), using the digital display on the door.
Fridge dual zone Newair
If you store it improperly, that bottle you’ve been saving for months, you can become a real disappointment. This fridge thermoelectric wine NewAir is a good starting point if you’re looking for a relatively cheap and easy to store 32 bottles of wine the correct way. The LED display and digital controls facilitate the operation, and you can adjust the thermostat to cool the wine to optimal temperature. You can also enjoy the benefits of the zones, dual cooling, so you can chill red wines on one side and the whites on the other. In addition, you can move it to the games room for a night of poker, to the kitchen for a dinner or the backyard for your barbecue, annual.
Refrigerator Wine Enthusiast 18-areas
Not to be outdone, Wine Enthusiast offers its own system of 18 bottles, one that can easily be adapted to reduced spaces due to their structure thin. The thermoelectric cooler, 37 inches of height looks a little different from the other options on this list. A model of dual zone, the refrigerator has 10 bottles in the top and eight on the bottom. The larger area is intended for storage, while maintaining temperatures between 54 and 66 degrees Fahrenheit (12.2 and 18.9 degrees Celsius). The lower area allows you to chill your white to temperatures ready to serve, with a range of 46 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit (7.7 degrees to 18.9 degrees Celsius). A feature truly unique is the rack vertical for bottles, which allows the irregularly shaped stand up.
Refrigerator VinoTemp 2 bottle
If you have really little space, the fridge Vintotemp has only 11.4 inches wide by 10.3 inches deep and 10.3 inches high. Certainly it is small, but you can cool your wine at between 41 and 66 degrees Fahrenheit (5 to 18.9 degrees Celsius) with thermal-electric technology. While it is more expensive than the model of six bottles and it’s probably not the best alternative for the long-term storage, occupies less space on your desk. It is much more ideal to serve your wine inmediatamene.
Camera Vinotemp of 1,130 bottles
If you want to go to the opposite pole of the fridge of two bottles, Vinotemp has custom wine cellars. With wooden shelves and red with powder coating and a capacity of 1,130 bottles, this giant 72 x 73 x 80 inches is just the beginning to become a serious collector (and extremely rich). The lighting and locks are not included. If you want a padlock, biometric fingerprint, get ready to pay $419 dollars additional. Although this is a small price if you want to keep safe your collection, right?
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