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This elegant Norcool Cave 40 is an exclusive wine cooler with aluminium door frame and solid oak shelving. The wine fridge has internal LED lighting, which comes on when you open the door. The 60cm wide built-under wine cooler is perfect storage for all types of wine and accommodates 40 standard bottles. Norcool equipped the Cave 40 wine fridge with adjustable electronic thermostat with 8°C to 15°C temperature range, multi positioned solid oak shelves and smoked glass door with UV filter.
Posted November 28, 2011 4:26 PM
The new Vinotemp Wine Varietal 15 bottle and 34 bottle wine coolers will be available May 2011, offering cunning design and smart functionality. The Wine Varietal wine coolers are the first wine refrigerators to feature decorative glass doors. The clever coolers will be displaying various varietal names on the glass doors. The varietal writing, like the refrigerators, is black and its clean design is juxtaposed by varying fonts creating a subtle, yet fun, design element to otherwise plain glass doors.
Posted March 22, 2011 4:58 PM
The dual zone touch screen 155-bottle Vinotemp wine cabinet, the VT-155SBW provides sleek, stylish and sophisticated wine storage for your prized collection. You can set two separate temperatures within 40°F to 72°F range for optimum conditions to store your red and white wines. Convenient digital touch screen temperature controls make setting the ideal temperature a simple task.
Posted March 22, 2011 12:21 PM
This chic multipurpose wine cabinet from Climadiff takes 150 standard wine bottles and adds an intriguing soft leather touch with the Eco friendly recycled PS material. You can install Climagan in an unheated location such as garage, thanks to its Winter system, as long as the surrounding temperature is between 0°C and 32°C / 32°F to 90°F. The wine cabinet combines a preserving area between 10°C and 14°C / 50°F and 57°F and chilling area in the lower part between 6°C and 10°C / 43°F and 50°F.
Posted March 22, 2011 10:02 AM
This is a short wine storage temperature guide, showing the range you should keep your wines, based on maturity and type,
Mature, full-bodied: 16°C - 18°C / 61°F - 64°F
Young: 14°C - 16°C / 57°F - 61°F
New: 10°C - 14°C / 50°F - 57°F
Mature: 12°C - 14°C / 54°F - 57°F
Young: 10°C - 12°C / 50°F - 54°F
Mature, full-bodied: 12°C - 14°C / 54°F - 57°F
Light: 10°C - 12°C / 50°F - 54°F
reds and whites: 8°C - 12°C / 46°F - 54°F
Posted March 7, 2011 10:50 PM