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Cuisinart CWC-1600 Private Reserve Wine CellarReviews

October 8, 2011

Cuisinart CWC-1600 Private Reserve Wine Cellar

  • 16-Bottle capacity
  • Thermoelectric cooling system – reduces noise and vibration while using low power consumption
  • Electronic touchpad for precise temperature control with blue LED display. Soft interior lighting with on/off control
  • 4-Chrome contoured wine racks designed to hold 750ml or the option to remove a rack to hold 1500ml bottles
  • Double-pane tinted viewing window

The Private Reserve wine cellar ensures up to sixteen bottle of wine are kept at the ideal temperature while maintaining their signature bouquet, flavor and body. Use the touchpad to electronically set your preferred temperature ( between 39?-68?F). The thermoelectric cooling system holds the temp, quietly and efficiently, while the attractive stainless finish ensures wine collections are displayed in style.

List Price: $ 365.00

Price: $ 365.00

Whynter WC-211DZ 21 Bottle Dual Temperature Zone Wine Cooler, Stainless Steel Trimmed Glass Door with Black Cabinet

  • Adjustable thermostat for each zone – Upper zone (44F – 66F), Lower zone (50F – 66F)
  • Enhanced LCD temperature displays for both zones
  • Solid state components for long life – the only moving parts are fans to circulate air for even temperature distribution
  • Soft interior LED lighting with on/off switch
  • Six removable premium stainless steel trimmed scalloped chrome shevles

This Whynter Dual Temperature Zone Wine Cooler offers premium quality and sophisticated design. It allows for 21 bottles of wine storage capacity, 6 bottles in the top zone and 15 bottles in the bottom zone with vibration-free thermoelectric cooling. With the thermoelectric system, your wine is kept at the appropriate temperature and humidity level without damaging vibrations. This cooling system has no moving parts and is CFC-free, which means that you get silent, long-lasting, and environmentally safe refrigeration for your collection.

List Price: $ 360.00

Price: $ 341.43

wine cellar in Fountains Abbey
Wine Cellars

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Wine cellar ruins from an abbey built around 1100 b.c.e.

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