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    Wine Refrigerators for Your Curated Collection

    If you’re asking yourself, “Does wine need to be refrigerated?” the answer is “Absolutely!” That’s because delicate chemicals and flavors of wines are susceptible to environmental conditions, and when not properly stored, wines can go from rich to rubbish. So if you’ve been debating whether or not to upgrade, discover the reasons why you need a wine cooler!

    Make sure to measure your kitchen space if you plan on installing a built-in wine cooler into your cabinetry. Enjoy this tutorial on how to properly measure kitchen appliances to ensure an easy setup. For any other questions, give us our experts a call or visit!

    A Wine Cooler Protects Your Vino

    Stop—don’t even think about putting your wine in the freezer. While cold environments help make a wine taste better, freezer-cold settings can change the body of a wine, turning it into slush, while sparkling wines tend to explode (that’s usually when the party ends).

    The next time you pick up your favorite vintage, take a look at the bottle. The dark glass of wine bottles isn’t just for looks—it’s also to protect tannins and delicate acids from sunlight, which can break both down over time. By replicating the dark environment of traditional wine cellars, a wine cooler keeps your wines safe from rays.

    Expert tip: UV-filtered glass doors look stylish and block harmful ultraviolet sunlight.

    Find the Right Zone

    While it’s often agreed all wines are just fine stored at 55 degrees Fahrenheit, that doesn’t mean that’s how they are meant to be enjoyed. Set adaptable temperature zones to the ideal temp. during storage, and then adjust them to whichever the recommended temperature is a few hours before you enjoy.

    Single-zone wine fridges are a logical choice for those who are fans of a single kind of wine. While single-temperature wine coolers aren’t as versatile as double-zone coolers, they can double as a beverage center for less-finicky refreshments like beer.

    Get more flexibility for your wine storage with double-zone wine coolers. With the ability to store whites, reds, rosés and your bubbly all in one appliance, double-temperature-zone wine fridges are space-practical and time efficient.

    Wine Cooler Capacity

    While how many bottles a wine cooler can hold is important, how your bottles are stored is just as significant. The standard 24-inch wine cooler can hold, on average, just over 50 bottles, while other wine refrigerator types, like wine refrigerator columns, hold even more. The last thing you want to do is juggle glass bottles while rearranging your wine cooler.

    Sliding racks makes it easy to access and reorganize your collection. Even better, removable wine racks give you the flexibility to accommodate even larger bottles, such as champagnes.

    Unlike special wine rack shelves with grooves that hold wine bottles flat, wine coolers with refrigerator shelves let you get flexible with how and what you store.

    Usage tips:

    • Prevent unfinished wine from spilling by storing upright
    • Stash cheeses
    • Store cans

    Additional Features to Consider

    Enjoying a wine refrigerator should be easy. These features make it as smooth as a red:

    • Reversible doors
    • Interior lighting
    • Wi-Fi connectivity
    • Child locks

    Celebrate Something Special

    Now more than ever, every day is a celebration—so uncork your favorite wine and celebrate with the ones you love! Want another reason to rejoice? Then shop Aztec Appliances for wine coolers that keep your wine collection properly stored and ready for every occasion.