Dual Zone Wine Cooler

Vinovilla 17 Built-In Duo Two-Zone Wine Fridge 53l 17 Bottles 3-Colour Glass Door
Vinovilla 17 Built-In Duo Dual Zone Wine Fridge 6 0 Compressor
£ 639.99
Vinamour 54 Duo wine refrigerator 2 zones 148 litres 54 bottles touch display
Vinamour 54 Duo Wine Fridge 25 29 147 kWh/a
£ 897.99
Vinamour 29 Duo wine fridge 2 zones 80L/29 bottles 5-22°C  touch
Vinamour 29 Duo Wine Fridge Compressor 14 138 kWh/a
£ 599.99
Vinovilla Grande 165 Built-in Duo two-zone wine refrigerator | 425 litres | 165 wine bottles | 12 beechwood shelves | wine glass rack | anti-vibration
Vinovilla Grande 165 Built-in Duo Two-Zone Wine Fridge 204 0 0
£ 2054.99
Vinsider 36 wine fridge 2 cooling zones 5-22°C 85l stainless steel
Vinsider 36 Built-In Wine Fridge 2 hour Compressor 24
£ 999.99
Vinamour 46 Uno wine refrigerator 1 zone 155 L/46 fl. 4-18 °C stainless steel
Vinamour 46 Uno Wine Refrigerator 46 Compressor 148 kWh/a
£ 699.99
Vinamour 45 Duo wine refrigerator 2 zones 118 Ltr / 45 Fl 5-18 °C
Vinamour 45 Duo Wine Fridge Compressor 24 157 kWh/a
£ 650.99
Vinamour 19 Uno Wine Fridge 19Fl./65l 4-18°C 40dB Glass
Vinamour 19 Uno wine refrigerator Compressor 135 kWh/a Stainless Steel
£ 299.99
Vinamour 73 Duo wine fridge 2 zones 192 L / 73 bottles 5-18°C touch
Vinamour 73 Duo wine refrigerator 2 Compressor 0
£ 1174.99
Vinovilla Grande 162 Built-in Duo Onyx Edition Wine Fridge 425 litres 162 bottles
Vinovilla Grande 162 Built-in Duo Onyx Edition Wine Fridge 1 42 204 kWh/a
£ 2073.99
Vinamour 33 Duo wine fridge 2 zones 89 L / 33 bottles 5-18°C touch
Vinamour 33 Duo wine refrigerator 0.16 hour 95 kWh/a Compressor
£ 786.99
Barossa 73 Duo Wine Refrigerator 2 zones 192 litres 73 bottles touch display
Barossa 73 Duo Wine Fridge 45 0 28
£ 1409.99
Vinamour 66 Duo wine fridge 2 zones 204 L / 79 bottles 5-18°C touch
Vinamour 66 Duo wine refrigerator 35 0 170 kWh/a
£ 937.99
Vinovilla 17 Built-In Duo Two-Zone Wine Fridge 53l 17 Bottles 3-Colour Glass Door
Vinovilla 17 Built-In Duo Dual Zone Wine Fridge 6 11 138 kWh/a
£ 599.99
Barossa 102 Duo wine refrigerator 102 bottles 226 litres 2 zones touch control
Barossa 102 Duo Wine Fridge 43 173 kWh/a Compressor
£ 1100.99
Vinamour 12 Uno wine refrigerator | capacity: 12 bottles / 46 litres | one cooling zone: 4 - 18 °C | 40 dB | external touch control panel | luxurious: safety glass door with stainless steel frame | LED interior lighting | compression cooler
Vinamour 12 Uno wine refrigerator 147 10045821_energy_label 0
£ 249.99
Klarstein Shiraz 29 Duo Wine Fridge 2 Zones 80L/29 Bottles 5-22°C Touch Black
Klarstein Shiraz 29 Duo Wine Fridge 2 hour 138 kWh/a 7
£ 1485.99
Vinovilla 17 Built-In Duo Two-Zone Wine Fridge 53l 17 Bottles 3-Colour Glass Door
Vinovilla 17 Built-In Duo Dual Zone Wine Fridge 11 6 138 kWh/a
£ 549.99

What are dual zone wine fridges?

Dual zone wine fridges, also known as wine coolers, are specialised refrigerators designed to store wine at optimal temperatures. They consist of two compartments, or zones, each with its own temperature control. This allows different types of wine to be stored at their ideal temperatures simultaneously. For instance, the upper zone can be set for white wine and the lower zone for red wine. These appliances are perfect for wine enthusiasts who appreciate both red and white varieties. The dual zone function ensures that each type of wine is kept at its perfect serving temperature, enhancing its flavour and longevity.

What types of dual zone wine fridges are available?

Dual zone wine fridges are available in a myriad of types designed to cater to different wine storage needs. Predominantly, there are freestanding and built-in models. Freestanding dual zone fridges offer flexibility as they can be placed anywhere in your home or commercial setting. Built-in models are designed to integrate seamlessly into your cabinetry, offering a sleek, streamlined look. Additionally, these coolers also vary in size, with some designed to hold a smaller collection of around 20 bottles, while others can accommodate hundreds for the more avid wine collectors. They also differ in design aesthetics, from modern stainless steel to more traditional wooden finishes.

How do I choose the right dual zone wine cooler?

When choosing a dual zone wine cooler, first consider your wine collection's size and the types of wine you frequently store. This will help determine the capacity you need. Next, decide where you want to install it; freestanding models offer flexibility, while built-in ones integrate seamlessly with your kitchen or bar layout. Also, consider the cooler's temperature range to ensure it can adequately chill your preferred wines. Noise level is another factor; quieter models might be more suitable for living or dining areas. Finally, consider energy efficiency for cost-effectiveness. Remember, the right wine cooler will cater to your specific needs and preferences.

Advantages of buying a dual zone wine cooler?

Investing in a dual zone wine cooler presents numerous advantages. Firstly, it allows for the precise control of temperature, thus ensuring your wines mature correctly. Red and white wines require different storage temperatures; a dual-zone cooler accommodates this need. Secondly, it offers ample storage space, catering to large collections. Moreover, they offer flexibility of placement, available as freestanding or built-in models. They are also typically designed to be energy efficient, reducing your carbon footprint. Lastly, these coolers often have low noise levels, ensuring a tranquil environment. Hence, a dual zone wine cooler provides a practical and elegant solution to wine storage.

Dual zone wine fridge FAQs

How to set the temperatures for a dual-zone wine fridge?

For optimal long-term storage of both red and white wines, one zone should be kept at a constant 13°C. The other zone can be set at a cooler temperature between 4°C and 10°C, suitable for serving white or sparkling wines. For red wines, a bottle should be removed from the cooler 30 minutes before serving to reach the perfect drinking temperature of approximately 15°C to 16°C.

Can a freestanding dual zone wine fridge be installed under a counter?

No, installing a freestanding wine fridge under a counter can cause overheating and decrease the fridge's ability to maintain the set temperature. Freestanding wine fridges are designed to stand alone, whereas built-in wine fridges are designed to be installed into existing counters and cabinetry.

What's the benefit of a dual zone wine fridge over a single zone?

The main advantage of a dual zone wine fridge over a single zone is the ability to store different types of wine at their optimal temperatures in the same unit. This is especially beneficial for wine enthusiasts who have a varied collection of red, white, and sparkling wines. Single zone wine fridges have only one temperature control, which may not be suitable for storing different types of wine.

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