At Elite Wine Refrigeration, we host a wide range of Dometic wine coolers to choose from. Known for their fantastic look and dependability whilst also featuring an incredibly quiet ventilation system - these Dometic wine coolers are perfect for wine enthusiasts and those looking to keep their wine selection at the optimum temperature.
For wine connoisseurs, ageing wine needs to be stored at recommended serving temperatures - this is what these Dometic wine coolers do best. Offering the perfect climate for storing your favourite bottles in a way they can be nicely presented to your loved ones.
Wine lovers will emphasise that there is nothing better than relaxing with a glass of your favourite wine at the perfect temperature - this is what these Dometic wine coolers can provide. To find out more about Dometic's wine fridges and the range of products/accessories they offer, you can find their brochure here.
Dometic produces luxurious wine coolers that not only look aesthetically pleasing but are of the highest quality in terms of performance. The goal of owning a wine cooler is to essentially keep your wine collection at the optimum temperature. Producing the perfect climate to guarantee maximum protection for your beloved wine collection.
There are also an array of dual zone wine fridges to choose from. These make for excellent storage conditions as you can place your white and sparkling wines as well as your red wine in the same wine fridge. This is made possible as you can store them at different temperatures and humidity levels for each beverage.
Perfect storage conditions are critical when storing your wine collections, hence the Dometic wine cooler collection.
Types Of Dometic Wine Coolers
There are three main types of Dometic wine coolers. The first is the Design Range. These are premium wine cabinets that feature a stunning black design coupled with a frameless glass door. Most of the Design Range features dual-zone models which can be used as single-zone units but also a couple of single-zone units are in the smaller models.
In addition, some under-counter models are available in widths of 15cm, 30cm, 40cm and 60cm wide.
You can also opt for the Classic Range from Dometic. This amazing range is more cost-effective whilst still retaining some of the major features and sizes that are found in the Design Range. The Classic Range features bottle capacities ranging from 20 bottles up to 125 Bordeaux bottles - proving to be a perfect choice regardless of the extent of your wine collection.
You can also choose the Dometic Essential Range. Known for their reliability and cost-effectiveness whilst also boasting the largest bottle capacity out of the three ranges. This is due to featuring fewer shelves, although if you want to fit as many bottles as possible whilst still looking stylish - you cannot go wrong with this essential range.
Choosing The Right Dometic Wine Cooler
Choosing the right Dometic wine cooler will ultimately depend on the budget that you have as well as a few other considerations that you should be aware of. One such consideration is which features catches your eye.
The key factor, however, is the aforementioned budget. Depending on the budget you have, this may limit you to not obtaining features in which you want to purchase a wine cooler in the first place.
Alternatively, if you have a decent-sized collection, you may want to invest in a larger wine cooler as you have ambitions to grow your collection further. On the flip side, you may be happy with the collection you already have, hence there being no need in opting for a larger unit.
Best Selling Dometic Wine Coolers
Regarding the best-selling Dometic wine coolers, you cannot go wrong with the Dometic - Freestanding Single-Zone Wine Fridge. This freestanding wine fridge features a bottle capacity of 75 standard Bordeaux wine bottles. With temperature zones ranging from 5-22°C, this is a fantastic choice to elegantly showcase your wine collection.
Another great option is the Dometic - Built-in Dual Zone Wine Fridge. This holds a capacity of 18 standard 750ml Bordeaux bottles. The fantastic feature of dual zone wine fridges is that it allows you to implement two temperature zones inside the unit. For instance, you can have the upper zone temperature be between 4-12°C whereas the lower zone temperature can be between 12-22°C.