Built-In Wine Cellar Reviews
A built-in wine fridge will make any home look classier as well as give you a space to show off and preserve your wine collection.
Unlike freestanding wine coolers that can clash with your current décor, built-in wine cellars can blend in perfectly to the theme of your kitchen or private bar because they are designed to be fixed under your countertops or kitchen cabinets. A built-in wine cooler enhances the atmosphere of any home interior.
Built-in Wine cellars are designed specifically to be a permanent fixture in your home.
They are usually built inside your empty kitchen counters or cabinets along with a ventilation system the releases heat through a vent that is under the door of the unit, and this lets the excess heat to dissipate away from your wine fridge.
Unlike built-in wine cellars, freestanding wine coolers can’t be placed under your countertops or in your cabinets because they release their heat from the back of the unit. This would eventually lead to overheating, as the heat accumulates inside the enclosure you put your freestanding wine cooler in.
If you have a compressor type wine fridge, the compressor will overheat or get damaged because it will try to maintain a cold internal temperature, and it will be harder and harder to maintain as the temperature around it gets hotter because of the lack of a proper ventilation system.
You can finally have a use for those empty kitchen cabinets that aren’t giving you any benefit at the moment.
This is exactly why you need a wine fridge built-in instead of having one free-standing. These built-in wine coolers don’t take up any more extra space and are smoothly integrated into your existing home layout. You also have the opportunity of getting a wine cooler that’s more discreet by using a door similarly designed as your surrounding cabinets or if you want to flaunt your wine collection you can opt for a tinted glass door.
If you think this is a perfect fit for your home, there are plenty of classy built-in wine fridges that will meet your standards.
The NewAir AWB-400DB Dual Zone Drink Cooler is one such unit is perfect for a built-in wine cooler. It has an adjustable temperature ranging from 35℉ – 50℉ (2℃ to 10℃), which is actually very low, considering that this unit uses thermoelectric cooling. This wine cooler or beverage display uses a combination of wooden and metallic shelving that gives a classy modern feel to it, and these shelves are entirely movable so you can customize them however you want them to look. They can also be removed to make cleaning easier.