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Built-in Wine Coolers

Built-in wine cooler

When it comes to a built-in wine cooler, functionality meets elegance. You can integrate it seamlessly into your kitchen and living room design to store your fine wines at the optimal temperature. This way, built-in wine refrigerators meet the high demands of passionate wine lovers. Discover the variety of these sophisticated cooling solutions in our range, which also focus on the aesthetics of the wine bottles and give the room an exquisite ambience.

Different types of built-in wine coolers

To meet the different preferences and needs of users, there is more than just one type of wine refrigerator to install. Below, we will introduce you to some of the common variants.

Built-in wine cooler 2 zones: This model has two separate temperature zones for storing wine bottles. This allows you to store different types of wine in ideal conditions to keep them at the perfect drinking temperature. One of the zones is usually intended for red wines and has a slightly higher temperature (between 12 and 18°C). The second zone is used to store white wines, sparkling wines and champagne and has a lower temperature (usually between 5 and 12°C). An independent temperature control in the built-in wine refrigerator 2 zones ensures that you can set the desired temperature in each zone.

Built-in wine cooler 60 cm: These built-in wine coolers are designed for integration into standard kitchen furniture with a width of 60 cm. They integrate harmoniously into existing kitchen units and therefore offer a space-saving solution. This is especially important when the available space in the kitchen is limited. Because of the narrow width, you have the flexibility to place the 60 cm built-in wine cooler in various places - depending on your preferences.

Combined built-in wine coolers with freezer compartment: Some devices offer a built-in freezer compartment in addition to space for your wine bottles. This option comes in handy if you want to store frozen food in addition to wine.

Built-in wine coolers with UV protection glass: Special glass in the door on the built-in wine refrigerator blocks UV rays and prevents harmful light effects from affecting the quality of the wine.

What are built-in wine coolers used for?

The primary purpose of built-in wine refrigerators is to create a perfect environment for storing wine bottles. Temperature control, humidity and lighting conditions are the essential criteria for maintaining the quality of the wine. Stable temperature conditions will help you promote its ageing process. This means that the aromas continue to develop during cooling, while at the same time you can keep a good overview of your wine supply. The aesthetic presentation of your wine collection is also suitable for events and social gatherings. In a built-in wine refrigerator with a UV-resistant glass door, your guests can see which wines will be served at the best drinking temperature. The practical benefit: The refrigerator fits perfectly into your interior.

Why you should buy a built-in wine cooler

We know why real connoisseurs should buy a built-in wine cooler. Without having to open your traditional refrigerator for food, built-in wine coolers give you convenient access to just wine bottles. Especially if they have several zones, they guarantee you the best drinking temperature for each grape variety. In models with a glass door, the wine can also be visually showcased.


How do I install a built-in wine fridge?

Check the dimensions in your kitchen and plug it into a suitable mains outlet. Make sure that the voltage corresponds to the manufacturer's specifications.

What advantage do built-in wine coolers offer over free-standing models?

These are space-saving devices that allow aesthetic integration into the kitchen.

How do I clean my wine fridge?

If frost has formed, turn off the device and defrost it. Then wipe the interior surfaces with a soft cloth and mild detergent.

Does my refrigerator need multiple temperature zones?

This depends on which grape varietals you wish to store. If you are storing both red wines and white wines, we recommend a device with two temperature zones.
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