Category Archives for "Wine Coolers"

Phiestina PH29-BD 29-Bottle Wine Cooler

Phiestina PH29-BD 29-Bottle Wine Cooler Review

Looking for a wine cooler to add to your home? One of the first decisions you’ll need to make is whether to get a built-in or a freestanding unit. The difference is that a built-in wine cooler is always far more expensive. However, most if not all of them are designed such that they can be installed under the counter or used as a freestanding cooler.

If you’re willing to get such a wine cooler without going crazy with the cost, the Phiestina PH29-BD 29-bottle wine cooler could be exactly what you need. Apart from the versatility, it offers excellent cooling capability, an eye-catching design, and more. So, go right ahead and learn more about the Phiestina. Find out if it stands above, among, or below the competition.

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Kalamera KRC-30SZB 30-Bottle Wine Cooler

Kalamera KRC-30SZB 30-Bottle Wine Cooler Review

Humidity and high temperatures are the two main enemies of fine wine. But how can you prevent moisture and heat from coming in contact with your wine? Get a wine cooler.

Not just any wine cooler. Do you need dual-zone cooling?  A built-in or a freestanding wine fridge? These are just some of the questions to explore.

To help you make the right choice, this article reviews the Kalamera KRC-30SZB 30-bottle wine cooler.

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EdgeStar TWR215ESS 21-Bottle Wine Cooler

EdgeStar TWR215ESS 21-Bottle Wine Cooler Review

A wine cooler is one of the classiest things that you can add to your kitchen or wet bar. But with this appliance, it’s not only about style. A good wine refrigerator is designed to keep your prized collection under the ideal conditions so it can mature properly.

With this in mind, there are certain requirements for a wine cooler to meet. You’ll have a better understanding of these requirements after reading this review of the EdgeStar TWR215ESS 21-bottle wine cooler.

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Aobosi JC-145BH 28-Bottle Wine Cooler

Aobosi JC-145BH 28-Bottle Wine Cooler Review

It has never been easier to start your own wine collection. Great wines from all over the world are now at your fingertips due to the rising popularity of wine subscription services and specialized wine stores. But how and where do you store your collection?

Building a wine cellar would be a great thing, but most aspiring collectors may not have the space or the means. Until you decide to take your collection to the next level, a great wine cooler is more than enough to mature your pinots, chardonnays, and merlots the right way.

This write-up takes a look at the Aobosi JC-145BH 28-bottle wine cooler and you can make up your mind about whether it’s for you.

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NutriChef PKTEWCDS1802 18-Bottle Wine Cooler

NutriChef PKTEWCDS1802 18-Bottle Wine Cooler Review

Every home should have a wine cooler. And this article is here to show you that wine coolers don’t need to be expensive or big.

The NutriChef PKTEWCDS1802 is not only your regular 18-bottle wine cooler. This unit has plenty of features that make it worth your attention. To spark your interest a little, it is one of the smallest dual-zone coolers around. Keep on reading to find out more.

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Koldfront TWR247ESS 24-Bottle Wine Cooler

Koldfront TWR247ESS 24-Bottle Wine Cooler Review

Koldfront needs little introduction for those who are familiar with the wine refrigeration industry. The Texas-based company is known for its innovative approach to wine cooler design. It offers a wide range of models for any budget and preferences.

This write-up takes an in-depth look at one of Koldfront’s most popular models – the freestanding Koldfront TWR247ESS 24-bottle wine cooler.  It is a good choice for those who are just starting a collection and veteran wine connoisseurs who don’t go overboard.

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Do You Put White Wine in the Fridge

Wine cooling is a delicate process that should not be taken lightly. As far back as the times of ancient civilizations, such as Greece for instance, mankind has taken great care with wine storage. The Ancient Greeks used honey to preserve wine, while other European cultures mixed wine with brandy. Luckily, modern times brought us […]

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