Wine cabinets are a great alternative to wine racks as a way to store your wine collection. Wine cabinets offer the perfect conditions for both, short and long term storage of bottles of wine.
You need to be able to store and serve wine at its best temperature and wine cabinets make this possible; they help the cooling and ageing of wine. Not only are they functional but they can also show-off your wine bottle collection. Wine cabinets are the perfect addition to any wine room or kitchen.
A temperature-controlled wine cabinet is the best solution for storing your wine bottles correctly. Storing wine in a kitchen fridge is not always the best option as fridges often fluctuate in temperature with the fridge door is frequently opened. Unlike fridges, wine cabinets are able to maintain a constant temperature which offers the perfect environment for your wine.
Wine cabinets also have controlled lighting, plenty of shelving space, heating and cooling functions that are vibration-free and sometimes use a thermal pump for optimal humidity. Most wine cabinets have a fitted temperature warning alarm to let you know if the temperature fluctuates. Wine cabinets are available in a range of colours and designs, perfect for fitting in with your home décor.
Wine cabinets offer multiple shelving options to cater to your wine bottle collection. You can also choose from a range of wine cabinets including single temperature wine cabinets, 2/3 temperature wine cabinets and multi-temperature wine cabinets. Your wine cabinet choice depends on your need for different temperature settings with regards to the wine to be stored.
Single temperature wine cabinets are ideal for wine enthusiasts. The wine cabinet maintains one consistent temperature and this is suitable for the long term storage of wine bottles. A single temperature wine cabinet is suitable for any home or restaurant/bar/hotel.
Single temperature wine cabinets are available in a range of designs and sizes, for instance, they can fit under your kitchen worktop or can stand-alone in your dining room. Either way, single temperature wine cabinets look magnificent. The bottle holding capacity varies with each model. You can feel assured that your wine will benefit from being stored in a single temperature wine cabinet.
2/3 temperature wine cabinets are ideal for slightly larger wine bottle collections, as they can provide 2/3 different temperatures for your wines. 2/3 temperature wine cabinets offer the perfect conditions for red wines, white wines, roses and champagnes.
There are two or three different sections within these cabinets that offer different temperatures. You can set the sections to different temperatures depending on which types of wine bottles you are storing. The temperature also depends on how long you are storing the wine bottles.
2/3 temperature wine cabinets allow you to store a varied collection of wine bottles appropriately. These appliances are extremely popular with wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts.
Multi-temperature wine cabinets offer multiple temperature zones for different wine chilling requirements.
These wine cabinets are ideal for large wine bottle collections and also offer the perfect conditions for long term storage. The design and style of multi-temperature wine cabinets differ from brand to brand, but all multi-temperature wine fridges offer you plentiful storage. You can store your red wine in the upper section, white wine in the middle section and sparkling wines in the lower section.
Multi-temperature wine cabinets are innovative and functional; perfect for wine lovers. Multi-temperature wine cabinets are also ideal if you do not have a wine cellar.
Still, need help choosing your wine cabinet? Wineware will be happy to discuss the needs and requirements of your wine cabinet in detail. Please feel free to browse the different types of wine cabinets that we offer: single temperature, 2-3 temperature and multi-temperature wine cabinets.
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