Are you after the perfect built-in wine cooler for your home space? At Enofaber, we can supply the perfect luxury cooler for your needs. Take a look at our 300mm wine cooler collection below and find the width that will make sure your new appliance will fit nice and snug.
Available as single and dual-zone wine coolers, these unique 30cm wine fridges are becoming increasingly popular. Available in stunning black, stainless and white, the choice is yours. Whether you are a wine connoisseur or someone simply looking to display their red and white wines, these built-in wine coolers are the perfect choice for your wine collection.
Although, you should consider your options before purchasing. Your considerations should include bottle capacity, storage space and where you wish to place your new wine cooler.
What Is A Built-In Wine Cooler?
A built-in wine cooler is specially designed to fit into any space within your kitchen counter or cupboard space whilst offering a seamless and professional finish. These wine coolers come in a range of various sizes with different bottle holding capacities which cater for each need as well as the space available to them.
These built-in wine coolers are simply a must-have for all wine lovers who wish to display their wines at the optimum temperature. Making your extensive selection perfect to serve friends, family and other loved ones.
The 300mm/30cm Wine Cooler
Featuring a super sleek and slim design, these wine coolers are only 30cm wide. These are not only great to be featured in smaller spaces or gaps in your kitchen but are fantastic for smaller kitchens that do not feature much storage space - meaning these coolers will not take much of what may already be fairly limited space regarding the counter storage.
Having the right ventilation has to come into consideration when having a built-in wine cooler installed in your kitchen. For instance, you may need to have a professional present who can securely install your new cooler to make sure the necessary needs and requirements are met for your new appliance.
Indeed, a lot of models nowadays come featured with ventilation systems that are built into the front of the cooler - rather than the back. The reason for this is so that the back can maximise the potential of the cooler’s ventilation - rather than it being behind the unit. With it being featured at the back, this can lead to some potential complications whilst being installed into tight and narrow counter space.
These 300mm wine coolers come in three stunning colour designs. Striking black, stylish white and slick stainless. Each of these options will provide your kitchen with a stunning wine cooler.
Regarding how much space you will need in able to properly store your 300mm built-in wine cooler, we suggest that you leave at least 0.25cm on either side of your kitchen units. Doing this will allow the door to be open completely on either side of the cooler.
Although, it is worth noting that some units will require more than 0.25cm - therefore, we recommend that you should check the details and measurements that are featured on the cooler that you are interested in buying.
The Features Of Built-in Wine Coolers
It is true that these 300mm/30cm built-in wine coolers fair on the smaller side, but that’s not to say that they don’t come featured with a plethora of amazing features and benefits despite their smaller size.
For instance, the humidity control of the units is essential for the storage of your wine collection. Coupled this with an amazing UV-treated, double-glazed glass door which means that your wines will not get disturbed by any harmful UV ray emissions or other light sources that are prone to cause chemical reactions to the contents inside of the bottle.
These coolers also boast a digital temperature display which assists you in easily reading and controlling the temperature within the cooler at all times. Not only this but the coolers are accompanied by internal LED lighting which allows you to show off your proud wine collection to your guests.
Additionally, some other great features of our built-in wine coolers are that you can change the way the door opens to suit your preference. This is especially important to know when you are deciding on where you would like to install your new wine cooler.
This is made possible as most modern coolers ensure that the hinges allow you to choose which side you would prefer. Having this option provides a level of flexibility whenever and wherever you opt to install, without having to worry about any potential limitations, regardless of your kitchen layout.
Finally, certain wine coolers will allow you to remove the shelves of your unit. This is especially important should you want to house your bottles of wine that are on the larger side. Although, we recommend some forethought before purchasing as you need to have some notion regarding what will be implemented into your new wine cooler.
The Differences Between An Integrated And Built-in Wine Cooler
Regarding the differences between an integrated and built-in wine cooler, there is not much in the way of differences. Essentially, both units are designed to fit seamlessly into the interior of your kitchen space.
Built-in coolers are designed to install in under-counter spaces or within a cabinet. Whereas integrated wine coolers are designed to fit into a specific cabinet space - meaning that there are minimal differences between the two types of coolers.
Although, some of the 30cm wine coolers that we provide at Enofaber do operate as freestanding units, should you prefer this option? Ultimately, this will depend on your space and your preference in how you want your wine collection to be displayed.
Regarding freestanding wine coolers, however, you are free to place the unit wherever you need to so long as the correct ventilation surrounds the cooler.
Are you interested in a wine cooler but still have some lingering questions? Do not hesitate to get in touch with us as we can cater to your home, requirements and most importantly your budget.