Are you on the market for a unit to house your extensive wine selection to showcase to your guests? Or do you simply enjoy having a glass of your favourite red and white wines and are looking for somewhere to keep them? At Enofaber, we provide a selection of luxurious wine coolers that are perfect for your needs. For instance, our 400mm built-in wine cooler collection is perfect for the above reasons. All you need to make sure is that you find the right width in which you can make your new appliance fit nice and snug.
Available as single and dual-zone wine coolers, these unique 40cm wine fridges are becoming ever more popular. The actual width of these units is 38cm - meaning that can securely fit into a width of 40cm. Available in black, white and a stainless style, the choice of colour is all yours. Regardless of your choice, these built-in wine coolers are the perfect choice to house your wine collection.
What Is A Bult-in Wine Cooler?
A built-in wine cooler has been designed to securely fit into any space within your cupboard space or kitchen counter while also offering a professional and seamless finish. These wine coolers come in a range of various sizes with differing bottle holding capacities - catering for each need.
These built-in wine coolers are simply a must-own for those who are wine connoisseurs looking to display their extensive wines at the optimum temperature. Which makes your favourite bottles of red and whites perfect to serve friends, family and other loved ones.
The 400mm/40cm Wine Cooler
These wine coolers are a super slick and slim design whilst also only being 40cm wide. Making them a fantastic choice as they can securely fit into smaller spaces or gaps within your kitchen, especially if your particular kitchen does not feature that much storage space. Should your kitchen be fairly limited in space, worry not as that is what these built-in wine coolers do best. These coolers will not take up too much space of your counter storage - allowing you to rest easy knowing you can still have a unit that displays your collection of wines with elegance.
It is extremely important to have the right ventilation for your built-in wine cooler unit. With this in mind, it may be worthwhile having a professional present who will be able to securely install your new cooler to ensure that the needs and requirements of the appliance are met.
Nowadays, you will find that a large volume of coolers has ventilation systems built into the front of the cooler, rather than the back. The purpose of this is to ensure that the back of the cooler can operate at peak efficiency - rather than the ventilation using being strained by a lack of space. Should you find a built-in cooler with a ventilation system placed at the back, this can often lead to some complications whilst being installed into tight and narrow counter spaces. Resulting in the cooler not operating at full capacity.
These 400mm wine coolers come in three amazing colour designs. Striking black, stylish white and slick stainless. Each of these options will provide your kitchen with a stunning wine cooler. The only choice to be made is which style will match your aesthetic.
In regards to how much space you will need to properly store your 400mm built-in wine cooler, you will need to leave 0.25cm of space on either side of your kitchen unit. Doing this will guarantee that the door will open completely on either side of the cooler.
Although, it is worth noting that some units might require more than 0.25cm of space. Therefore, we recommend that you should review the details and measurements that are featured on the particular cooler you are interested in purchasing.
The Many Features Of Built-in Wine Coolers
Despite these 400mm/40cm built-in wine coolers being on the smaller side, that is not to say they lack any features of note. It is rather the opposite. These wine coolers come pact with a whole host of features despite their small stature.
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. This means that your wines will not be able to get disturbed by any potential harmful UV ray emissions as well as other light sources that are prone to cause chemical reactions to the contents within your bottles.
Another such benefit is being able to have the door be placed on either side. This is especially important for two reasons. The first is simply your preference, whereas the second is a much more important reason than you may initially think. Being able to switch the side your door opens allows an increased level of flexibility whenever and wherever you opt to install your new cooler. This means that any prior installation limitations are now wiped away, regardless of the layout of your kitchen.
These coolers also come featured with a digital temperature display which will assist you in easily reading and controlling the temperature of your cooler at all times. Not only this but the coolers are accompanied by flashy internal LED lighting. This allows you to show off your extensive wine collection to all of your guests.
Lastly, certain wine coolers will allow you to remove the shelves of the unit. This is also important should you wish to place your bottles of wine that are larger compared to your other wines. Although, we suggest that some forethought is in place before purchasing as you will need to have some notion regarding what will be implemented into your new wine collection.
What Are The Differences Between An Integrated And Built-in Wine Cooler?
You may have heard both ‘integrated’ and ‘built-in’ wine coolers and are wondering what are the differences between the two? In short, there is not much difference between the two. In essence, both units are designed to fit seamlessly into the interior of your kitchen space. Although, built-in wine coolers are designed to be installed in under-counter spaces or within a cabinet space. Whereas integrated wine coolers are designed to fit into a specific cabinet - meaning that there are minimal differences between the two types of coolers.
Although, some of the 40cm wine coolers that we offer at Enofaber do operate as freestanding units, should you prefer this option? Although, this ultimately depends on your space as well as your preference in regards to 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.
If you need help in choosing a built-in wine cooler, do not hesitate to get in touch with us as we can cater to your home, requirements and most importantly the budget you have.