Vario cooling 400 series wine storage by Gaggenau unveil the ultimate blend of utility and luxury, underpinned by sleek design, ideal for any modern kitchen.
March 14th, 2023
With the current high demand for sparkling wines and champagnes and lower global output, the importance to store prized collections is becoming ever more significant to the purveyors of fine beverages. If wine is not stored correctly in ideal conditions, quality and flavour can be influenced by various external conditions. This is where the right kind of wine storage comes into play to maintain a prized collection unchanged over time.
A tour-de-force in design and functionality, Gaggenau’s Vario cooling 400 series offers the ultimate in luxurious wine storage. It exudes sophistication while serving as a flexible counterpart to the freezer and refrigeration appliances of the same design. The range’s distinct, sleek profile and impressive surgical stainless steel doors are designed to enhance the equally striking interior steel and finishes for a timeless yet stylish collection befit of every luxury kitchen.
Gaggenau’s Vario cooling 400 series wine storage understands the utmost importance of storing the coveted acquisitions at the highest degree of care. Designed and engineered with flexibility in mind, the wine storage series comes in various dimensions with space for up to 99 bottles to create a sanctuary free from disturbances and vibrations at perfect drinking temperatures – ready for any occasion.
Flexibility and care also come in the form of handle and no-handle options for the wine storage series with push-to-open and pull-to-open functions. Furthermore, the low-vibration operation facilitates seamless integration of wine storage into handle-less furniture fronts.
Up to three separate temperature zones can be set between 5 °C and 20 °C to replicate long-term cellar environments. Aside from constant temperatures, the design of Vario cooling 400 series muffles external sounds and filters aromas with activated charcoal and an air filter, while cutting out UV rays through treated glass doors. To further display wine and champagne collections in the best way, warm white, glare-free lighting settings with five preprogramed light options create a focal point to showcase the wine storage interiors with reverence.
From anthracite anodised aluminium bottle trays with telescopic rails for full rack extension ensuring gentle handling to professional-grade stainless steel interiors, Vario cooling 400 series wine storage is truly a grand architectural statement. It is designed to perform to the highest levels of expectations allowing wine connoisseurs to feel safe about entrusting their prized collections to Gaggenau. Equally perfect for a wine collector novice or a seasoned oenophile, Gaggenau’s Vario cooling 400 series wine storage offers all of the advantages to ensure that a perfect glass of wine is served at any dinner party or social gathering.
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