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We’ve picked out some of the best wine coolers on the market, so you can find the perfect place to store your favourite tipple.
""Much cheaper than others and offers more functions. Nice looking too." KKCC
You’ll always be dinner party ready with this wine cooler from Hisense. It’ll look great in your home thanks to the sleek black and silver design – and the three wooden shelves inside will hold up to 38 bottles of your favourite drinks. The temperature can be set between 5°C and 20°C to suit whatever beverage you’re storing inside, keeping drinks perfectly chilled until you’re ready to serve. The LED lighting inside the cabinet means you’ll easily find the right bottle of wine for each course, so your guests won’t be kept waiting.
If you love to entertain, this Hisense wine cooler will make a great addition to your home. It holds up to 38 bottles and can be set at the best temperature to keep your drinks perfectly chilled.
Store your wine stylishly with this Candy cooler in a classic black finish.
There’s enough room for plenty of your favourites, with a 40 bottle capacity. That’s split over 6 chrome shelves that are incredibly easy to clean if you do happen to spill some leftover wine in there. And with space for red, white and champagne bottles, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing which bottle to sip from.
It comes complete with a variable thermometer which can be set from 7-18°C so your wine’s always stored at just the right temperature.
Whatever you plump for, the large glass front makes finding your stock incredibly easy and if you do need a little more help, the interior light will certainly reveal that AWOL bottle of Prosecco.
This Candy comes in black and looks really modern. It's got a 40 bottle capacity, and can be used to store red or white bottles.
Style meets quality. In a stainless steel finish, this Haier wine cooler will add a real touch of luxury to your kitchen. Inside you’ve got really sturdy wooden shelves that provide the right environment for your wine too. The electronic control on the outside lets you easily alter the conditions inside, plus it looks brilliant! Not only this, but it’s rated B for energy efficiency too – which is amazing compared to other models and is sure to save you money on your bills.
Store your favourite bottles of red, white and rose across the 2 shelves of this wine cooler. Use the temperature dial to create the perfect environment for your wine. With enough room to fit 50 bottles and B energy rating, it’s perfect for wine enthusiasts!
This Baumatic is a real bargain buy. It’s really affordable and has that sought after simplistic look in all black. Its innovative design means there’s no motor inside, so vibration is reduced and it runs really quietly – great if you’re putting it in your dining room.
It has room for 18 bottles spread across 5 adjustable shelves (ideal as you can make room for bigger bottles). You can also adjust the inside temperature between 10 and 18 °C depending on what drinks you’ve got stored inside.
This model’s rated C on the energy efficiency scale and will cost around £22.80 a year to run, which is roughly the same price as the others on my list. It’s auto defrost too, meaning any ice build up will automatically be melted away – you won’t have to lift a finger.
This Baumatic is perfect if you're after an affordable simple wine cooler that does what it says on the tin, whilst looking stylish in the process. Plus it's cheap to run too!
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