- Top Rated Wine Refrigerators
- 6 - 29 Bottle Wine Refrigerators
- 30 - 69 Bottle Wine Refrigerators
- 70 - 129 Bottle Wine Refrigerators
- 130+ Bottle Wine Refrigerators
- Side By Side Wine Refrigerators
- Built In/Under Counter Wine Refrigerators
- Wine & Beverage Coolers
- Wine Credenzas
- Wine Dispensers
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- 41ºF - 64ºF temperature range
- Digital thermostat
- Factory installed lock
- Weight: 222 lbs
- Dimensions: 70" H x 23.63" W x 26.75" D
- Digital temperature display
- Push button control panel
- Weight: 36.3 lbs.
- Dimensions: 21.26" H x 13.58" W x 19.29" D
- Capacity: 118 bottles
- Fourteen (14) slide-out wooden shelves
- Auto defrost
- Weight: 191 lbs
- Dimensions: 69.5" H x 23.63" W x 22.38" D
- Can store up to 52 bottles
- Dual zone cooler
- Built-in or freestanding
- Weight: 118 lbs
- Dimensions: 34.25" H x 23.5" W x 25.5" D
- Preserves wine
- Good for four (4) weeks
- 12 grams of nitrogen per cartridge
- Cartridge quantity: 5
- Dimensions: 5.5" H x .25" D
Chill, Store, & Preserve Your Wine Using a Wine Refrigerator
Wine refrigerators are perfect for any wine lover, whether they have just discovered their passion for wine or they fancy themselves a connoisseur. They come in a variety of bottle capacities, finishes, and applications.
If you have just begun collecting wine, a small capacity wine refrigerator will be your best option. There are some so compact that they fit comfortably on your countertop. If you are getting more serious about wine, you may want to upgrade to a medium capacity unit, which will hold anywhere from 26 – 37 bottles. There are also wine refrigerators that will hold from 38 – 66 bottles of wine, which are perfect for those that keep more than a few cases of wine on-hand. A more seasoned collector will want to invest in a large capacity wine refrigerator, which can house a vast collection of 83 – over 300 precious bottles of wine.
If you’re remodeling your kitchen or planning on placing your wine refrigerator in an enclosed space, you’ll need an undercounter wine refrigerator. These units vent from the front, so no space around the sides or back of the unit is needed. Alternatively, freestanding wine refrigerators need venting space, so they’ll need to be placed in a space that accommodates that need.
All wine refrigerators, both undercounter and freestanding, come in beautiful finishes from sleek stainless steel and understated black to the retro and eclectic mirrored and furniture styles, which are also called wine credenzas.
Whichever style of wine refrigerator you prefer, you’ll be sure to find the perfect one amongst our vast selection of units from Danby, Vinotemp, Climadiff, Marvel, EdgeStar, Koldfront and more.