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Built-in wine coolers are refrigeration units designed to store and chill wines at their ideal temperature. These built-in models are usually built into a kitchen cabinet or countertop, making them an attractive addition to any home. Unlike other outdated methods of storing wine, built-in wine coolers offer the perfect level of humidity for optimal preservation of your favorite vintages. The built-in design also makes it easy to access the bottles without having to rummage through shelves or drawers.

The benefits of having a built-in wine cooler in the home include: Improved flavor and texture; added convenience; more consistent temperatures throughout; larger storage capacity; and better organization. With improved flavor, built-in coolers can help enhance the aroma, taste and complexity of your favorite wines. The built-in models are also convenient as they require minimal maintenance and upkeep. They also provide a more consistent temperature throughout all compartments, which ensures that each bottle is kept at the perfect temperature for optimal flavor preservation. Furthermore, built-in coolers offer more storage capacity than other traditional wine cellars and cabinets. And finally, built-in coolers allow you to better organize your bottles according to varietal, region or even vintage year.

When shopping for built-in wine coolers, there are several important factors to consider: size; location; venting requirements; insulation type; noise level; and energy efficiency rating. It's important to know the exact measurements of your built-in space before you start shopping, as built-ins come in many different sizes. Additionally, built-ins should be installed in areas with sufficient airflow and ventilation to prevent condensation buildup and rusting from occurring. The insulation type (glass wool or polyurethane foam) is also important for temperature regulation and energy efficiency. Lastly, consider the noise level of built-in coolers, as some models can be quite loud when running.

In addition to selecting the perfect built-in wine cooler for your home, it's vital to store wines correctly and safely inside them. Proper storage includes placing bottles on their side so that corks remain moist and preventing direct exposure to sunlight or any other sources of heat. It's also important to keep built-in coolers at a consistent temperature and humidity level and to regularly check for any signs of damage or deterioration in the bottles.

Built-in wine coolers are the perfect addition to any kitchen and can help you enjoy your favorite wines at their peak flavor and quality. By following the tips outlined above, you'll be able to shop for the best built-in wine cooler that’s right for you and store your vintages correctly so they remain fresh and delicious.

Shop the Best Built in Wine Cooler Brands

Adding built in wine coolers to your kitchen or bar is an excellent way to entertain and impress guests. There are several top-tier brands that offer built in wine coolers for all types of needs, from built-in undercounter models to full-size built in units.

  • Shop Frigidaire built in wine coolers
  • Shop KitchenAid built in wine coolers
  • Shop Sub-Zero built in wine coolers
  • Shop Thermador built in wine coolers
  • Shop U-Line built in wine coolers
  • Shop Viking built in wine coolers

Frigidaire built in wine coolers come in a variety of sizes, with some as small as 15 inches wide, suitable for undercounter installation. KitchenAid built in wine coolers are sleek and stylish solutions that accentuate any kitchen or bar design. An intuitive digital display allows you to easily control temperatures, while LED lighting provides a soft interior glow so you can see what’s inside the cooler without opening it. Sub-Zero built in wine coolers offer flexibility and robust performance for long term storage of both white and red wines.

Thermador built in wine coolers have dual cooling zones with independent temperature settings for each zone so you can store reds at one temperature and whites at another without having to mix them together. U-Line built in wine coolers use an industry leading UV protected tempered glass door which blocks harmful rays from entering the cooler, helping preserve the integrity of your bottles longer than other brands. Viking built in wine coolers come with advanced digital controls that let you monitor internal temperatures from outside the cooler, making it easy to know when temperatures drift out of range without having to open up the unit.

Where to Buy a Built in Wine Cooler

If you're looking to add a built-in wine cooler to your kitchen, East Coast Appliance is an excellent choice. We have an extensive selection of built-in wine coolers from some of the leading brands in the industry, so you can be sure to find one that meets your needs. From built-in dual-zone models with temperature control for both red and white wines to built-in single-zone models with adjustable cooling temperatures, there's something for everyone. You can find our showrooms located in the Chesapeake, Fredericksburg, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Richmond, VA areas. If you have any questions give us a call or stop by one of our showrooms today.