7 Best Built In Wine Cellars | March 2017
We spent 25 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. Once you've installed the dishwasher, range and refrigerator, you're not quite done with your fitted kitchen if you are an oenophile. Adding one of these built-in wine cellars will be the perfect finishing touch and provide you with convenient and climate controlled storage of all your wines. Skip to the best built in wine cellar on Amazon.
Given its relatively small size, the 46-bottle capacity and dual temperature zones of this Wine Enthusiast Classic are both impressive features. Its handsome wood-faced shelves and stainless steel trim help the cellar fit the decor of almost any room.
- built-in led illumination
- easy touchscreen controls
- motor is rather noisy
For the oenophile who is serious about collecting and preserving a large volume of fine wine, the mighty 166-Bottle EdgeStar is a fine choice. Note that this cellar offers only single zone cooling, though, so all of those many bottles must be of similar character.
- tinted glass reduces uv damage
- reversible door
- can be used built-in or freestanding
The Allavino VSWR56-1SSLN can maintain any temperature within the range of 41 and 64 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can use this cellar to chill white wines or Champagne, or you can use it for stable longer-term storage of reds.
- slender shelves maximize capacity
- smooth ball-bearing tracks
- soft blue interior illumination
The NewAir AWR-290DB Compact is an ideal choice for the home where wine is prized but where free space is not abundant. The unit measures only fifteen inches in width, yet can cool and store a complement of 29 wine bottles at a time.
- low vibrations won't stir sediment
- easily adjustable shelves
- securely sealing door