Whether it’s the perfect glass of wine, or the best piece of produce, Fhiaba has perfected the art of storing wine and food… in exceptional style.
May 19th, 2021
Fhiaba has spent over 40 years perfecting the craft and design of refrigeration technology. In 2021, the Italian masters of the craft have honed their refrigeration range to perfection – a range that is distinct for its smooth lines and sense of individuality, as well as world-class technology.
One of the most appealing aspects of Fhiaba’s fridges is the nature in which the details are hidden within the existing design aesthetic. The fridges have been designed to conceal themselves, and fit seamlessly into any kitchen style, without compromising on aesthetics or functionality.
Thanks to its unique technology, Fhiaba’s refrigeration range combines the four key variables of refrigeration to create and maintain perfectly balanced climates. Using its own ProVent ventilation and TriPro refrigeration technologies, Fhiaba fridges can ensure the perfect chilling and climate control opportunities for the end user. This is achieved thanks to sensors within the fridge which enable all food to be kept at the ideal temperature.
Its wine cellar offerings also feature this marriage of design and technology, where sleek and seamless visuals hide the customisable humidity control settings, so each bottle of wine is stored in perfect condition. The four elements that can ruin an otherwise perfect bottle – temperature, humidity, light and vibrations – have been carefully catered for in the design of Fhiaba’s cellars.
Fhiaba is the only company in the world today with technology capable of managing three independent climate zones, for unrivalled, high-quality food storage, as well as perfect wine preservation. Here, the Riserva storage compartment allows control over the humidity level and storage temperature of the wine inside, fine tuning the inner environment to expertly store ageing fine wines.
Bringing a touch of the Italian Veneto region into the home, the wine cellars’ beautiful shelves are crafted from the timber forests of Friuli. The quality natural beechwood of the shelving is made by local Friulian craftspeople, and is exclusive to Fhiaba. A thoughtful and bespoke detail, the shelves are designed and installed to display the label of each bottle and maximise storage space.
With sleek and stripped back aesthetics designed with the contemporary designer-inspired home in mind, Fhiaba’s fridges and wine cellars are the perfect solution for the modern residential kitchen.
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