Looking to purchase a single zone thermoelectric wine cellar? There are some things to consider in order to get the best one for you. This includes the space you are going to use it, size, capacity, … [Read more...]
Wine Cellar Reviews
Wine Cellars come in a range of shapes and sizes, each offering different features, dimensions, storage capacities, cooling systems, and a whole load of other specifications that might make anyone looking to buy their wine cellar seem like a difficult and stressful task. But worry not! I have a set of wine cellar reviews that will tell you everything necessary you need to know to get the best wine cellar suited for you.
My wine cooler reviews review both compressor and thermoelectric type cooling.
For a little insight on the quirks of both cooling systems, thermoelectric cooling doesn't vibrate because its inner workings don't move as much as compressor cooling systems. The lack of vibrations makes a perfectly still environment where your wines can age and it doesn't have those distinct "humming" noises normal coolers make.
Compressor coolers also have its pros, it usually costs less electricity wise, since it only turns on when needed whereas the former is turned on all day. It offers more stability when maintaining the optimal cold because it's not as easily affected by external temperature as thermoelectric coolers.
I also review single and dual zone type cooling so you have a variety to choose from.
You might want a single zone type that offers a more compact model but can only regulate one temperature, or dual zone that can regulate two. Because Dual-zone cooling regulates and maintains two temperatures within the same wine cellar, this is perfect for aging both red and white wines in a single space. Whether its single or dual-zone cooling you prefer, our wine fridge reviews have got you covered.
My site also reviews wine cellars that are either built-in or freestanding.
Freestanding wine cellars can be placed in any part of your home! All it needs is a power source to plug into, and it doesn't need to have a permanent position, you can keep rearranging it wherever it fits your décor. Built-in wine cellars, on the other hand, allow you to fully integrate your cellar to the design of your interior, making it seem more as a part of your home instead of an accessory.
I only do article reviews on wine coolers made by reputable companies who offer great models that will look good in any home and make sure your wine has a place to age well.
Some wine fridge brands may already be familiar to you:
- Antarctic Star
- Electro Boss
- Magic Chef
- New Air
- Wine Enthusiast
In my wine cellar reviews, I share all the important specifications of each model, its average price, and where to buy it online so you don't need to have a hard time searching for it.
I enumerate every great feature that might interest you, and I list the product's every pro and con to help you make an informed decision. My wine cooler reviews offer complete transparency and even share other reviews of fellow customers, regardless if they are negative or positive, in order to give you an idea if a specific product is for you, and what you are getting into if you decide to buy it.
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