Wine Fridge Guide

Wine Fridge Guide

A Guide to Wine Fridges

There is nothing more disappointing than being offered a glass of wine only for it to arrive either too cold or too warm. But finding that Goldilocks temperature needn’t be a problem when you’re entertaining your own guests. A wine fridge is a simple and affordable solution, but with so many wine fridges on the market, which one is right for you?

Dual Zone

The two separate temperature zones in a dual zone wine fridge mean that you can keep both red and white wines at the correct temperature at the same time. CDA has been leading the way with dual zone wine fridges for many years. The effortless style of their products, combined with cutting edge technology, rightfully makes them a trusted supplier of many homes and businesses.

The CDA FWC623SS Integrated Dual Zone Wine Cooler is a great example of this. This Wine fridge is designed to be fitted under your kitchen counter and would be a great focal point of any kitchen. It has internal LED lighting and wooden shelves or optional glass shelves, making it easier to show off your much-loved wine. Its large temperature range of between 5°C and 22°C makes finding the perfect temperature easy, and with a whopping 130-litre capacity, you can store up to 40 bottles in a relatively small space. Priced at £629.99 it is not the cheapest on the market, but with a trusted name and a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty on parts, it’s well worth it.

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Limited space

If you want your wine to be at the perfect temperature, but haven’t got a lot of space to spare, finding the right wine fridge for you can be tricky. However, standing at just 87.2cm tall, and measuring 14.8cm wide by 52.5 deep, the Russell Hobbs 7 Bottle Cooler is easy to find room for. With digital LED temperature control between 5°C and 18°C, and stylish design, this wine fridge looks great without taking up too much space.

The B class efficiency rating means that it’s not the most efficient on the market, but with a small silhouette and £164.99 price tag, the Russell Hobbs 7 Bottle Cooler is the perfect fit for those with little space to spare.

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Smaller budget?

If you want to keep more than eight bottles at the correct temperature, but can’t stretch the budget to the price of the CDA, then the Inventor 66L Vino Wine Cooler is a great choice for a smaller budget. This free standing wine fridge comes with UV glass for Solar radiation protection, an internal LED light to help display your wine, and digital temperature control from 5°C to 18°C. However, one of the best features of this wine fridge is the A class energy rating, meaning that you can lower your energy bills. You can also rest assured of the quality, as this fridge comes with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty. At just £149.95, the Inventor Vino punches well above its weight.

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