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The new Liebherr Vinidor, the UWT 1682 is a compact wine cabinet with the handless glass door and 2 independently controlled wine compartments. Featuring 5 shelves including 3 wooden on telescopic supports, this dual zone wine cooler accommodates 34 standard wine bottles in the 5°C to 20°C temperature range.
Posted January 2, 2014 3:29 PM
The new Dacor Discovery WineStation is the first automated, temperature controlled, 4-bottle wine dispensing and preservation system designed specifically for the home market. This innovative wine station allows you to choose the right wine and just the right amount every time with the simple touch of a finger. The must-have for those who like to entertain, the Dacor DYWS4 Discovery WineStation makes a perfect addition to your home, maintaining the freshness of the favorite wines for up to 60 days with no loss of flavor or natural wine aroma.
Posted June 6, 2013 11:49 AM
This compact dual zone wine cooler from Cuisinart can accommodate 12 bottles of wine at the 39°F to 68°F temperature range, storing your wines in ideal conditions. The dual zone wine cooler keeps whites, champagnes and reds chilled at industry recommended temperatures.
Posted October 11, 2012 10:45 PM
The new Liebherr WS 17800, three-zone freestanding wine cabinet holds 178 bottles and is intended for wine drinkers of all levels. With its beautiful stainless steel surround, the freestanding wine refrigerator stands alone adding an elegant design detail to any dining or recreation room.
Posted September 17, 2012 12:50 AM
The new Caple Sense WF1547 tri zone wine cooler is high-end wine cabinet designed for those who enjoy good wine. Featuring three independently controlled temperature zones for red, white or sparkling wine, this striking wine cabinet from Caple Sense range holds 132 Bordeaux-style wine bottles behind a sleek, black glass door with a gloss black frame.
Posted August 23, 2012 1:20 AM