This two-compartment wine cooler will be useful if you're looking to store different wines at different temperatures at the same time. You can also choose the capacity you need to avoid overpaying for empty storage space.
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Pro You can store different wines at different temperatures at the same time
This is a dual-zone wine cooler, meaning there are two compartments with separate temperature controls. So for example, you can allocate one compartment for white and sparkling wines and set the other one at a lower temperature for storing red wines.
Pro You can choose the capacity of the cooler
This wine chiller comes in several models: 6, 8, 12, 16, and 18-bottle capacity. You can pick one that you think is the most suited for you.
Pro It's suitable to store a wide variety of wines
The inner temperature settings of this cooler vary from 44 to 66° F, so it's perfectly equipped to store the vast majority of red, white, rose, and sparklings wines.
Pro You can set the temperature with high precision
There are digital controls that let you set a specific temperature inside the cooler. This is very useful for storing delicate wines, such as rose wines that are advised to be stored in a narrow 51 – 53º F range.
Pro It doesn't disturb the wine sediment
Some wines have harmless, yet often unpleasant sediment at the bottom of the bottle. Vibration-less thermoelectric cooler like this one makes sure that the bottle stays still and the dreg doesn't surface and get into your glass.
Con It's more expensive than single-zone coolers
Although having two separate temperature compartments can be very handy, if you're sure you won't need this feature, you'd be overpaying if you decided to get this option. Single-zone coolers, in general, come cheaper than the dual-zone counterparts.