Climate controlled Wine Cellar/Cabinet
February 22nd, 2012
If you love your wine, but don’t want it stored in lonely boxes in the garage or in a dusty cellar, then consider building-in Transtherm hand-built wine cabinets into your new home and living area (or designer kitchen).
Integrating a cellar into your place of living should ideally be planned out with an architect or a builder (for seamless built-in cabinets), but cabinets can also be freestanding or built-in a later dateTranstherm Elegance range (solid doors) can even be fully integrated behind joinery, for those who would like to have their collection seamlessly but subtlety included in their living area.
State-of-the-art technology: quiet, energy efficient and long life expectancy in order to age wines, but most of all essential for any wine lover because it’s designed to recreate the conditions found in the best natural underground cellars: eliminates important temperature variations which denature your wines, and maintains humidity levels above 65% so corks don’t dry and crack, letting damaging air “oxidise” your wine.
1810mm x 680mm x 680mm
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