This glamorous two door Vintec wine cellar/server is ideal for wine lovers, restaurateurs, chefs and home entertaining. I
March 22nd, 2012
It offers a much wanted solution for the correct storage of red and white wines. One of the most important factors in wine storage is temperature control. Wine ages rapidly at high temperatures so both taste and flavour can be affected to the point of ruin. Vintec’s new Wine Cellar has two effective climate controlled zones which can be set either at the same temperature or at different drinking temperatures (6 degrees for white wines, around 18 degrees for red wine).
Alternatively, you can reserve one side for storage while keeping your white wines in the other side chilled and ready to serve. The Vintec wine cellar fits perfectly under bench or can be installed as a free standing unit. Holds 25 bottles in each compartment and by simply changing the shelving, you can store larger bottles such as magnums.
Stainless steel frame,
Lockable UV treated tinted glass doors,
Black coloured cabinet 7 metallic shelves with stainless steel front in each compartment
Blue internal led lights
(HxWxD) 874mm x 605mm x 598.4mm + spacer 30mm = 628.4
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