A wine cooler worth looking at if you’re a serious wine collector and need different temperatures for different types of wine in one device. The unit has four individually controlled zones and it can hold a total of 112 bottles together, more than enough for most collectors.
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Pro Can be used either as a built-in or as freestanding unit
Because of the front ventilation system, the cooler can be either built-in to countertops or used as a freestanding unit. You do however need to take the size and weight into consideration. The width of this cooler 47 inches and it weighs 247 pounds so it will not be suited for every kitchen or living room.
Pro Sturdy, spacious shelves for optimized storage
There are ten shelves altogether and each can hold 9 bottles, additionally there are two bottom shelves that can hold 11 bottles each putting the total at 112 bottles altogether. The shelves are made of slatted wood so they are flexible and gentle to the bottles. The shelves also allows better air circulation inside. They have molded wood pieces along the front and back to nestle your bottles safely inside.
Pro Easy to program
Furthermore, there are presets for each type so all you need to do is just put in the bottles, select the type of wine and the cooler will chill them to the optimum temperature.
Pro Great for storing a varied collection
This French door type wine cooler has four independently-controlled zones. This is useful if you have a variety of red, white and sparkling wines, as they need to be stored at different temperatures.
Con Louder than most coolers
Since the ventilation is located at the front and it uses two compressors, the unit is louder than most standard coolers.
Con Needs two power cords
The unit has two separate power cords for each side of the unit.