Full height wine coolers
With capacities from 130 bottles up to 220 bottles, there is more than enough space to bring wines to their serving temperature for an event or these units can easily be utilised to store wines for years to come.
All units feature shelving with telescopic rails and are also available as single, dual and three temperature zones depending on your requirements. Large wine coolers usually come equipped with a lock and some even have different lighting options.
Proper storage conditions
Not only do tall wine cabinets look great and are a clear talking point in anyone's kitchen but they have to work correctly, that means ensuring your precious wines are stored at the correct temperature, humidity and also protect them from UV light and bad odours that may occur.
The tall wine cabinets we have in our collection have all been manufactured to high standards which means they will feature telescopic shelving, UV tinted glass doors, interior lighting and vibration-free compressors.
Incorporate into a bespoke kitchen design
In this collection you will find units that are able to be built in with kitchen cabinets arranged around them which will create a real talking piece in the kitchen; with the option of one, two or three temperature zones these units are extremely versatile as with a three-zone wine cabinet you can store wines at ageing temperature whilst also holding two different types of wines at their serving temperature ready for a party.
Bottle capacity of a large capacity wine cooler
Large capacity wine coolers will have a capacity of between 130 and 200 Bordeaux bottles which gives you more than enough room to play with.
The shelves in most units will accommodate Bordeaux bottles but there are a few units that can store champagne bottles, its best to check with the manufacturer first which bottles will fit to avoid disappointment.
Installation of a tall wine cooler
When installing a tall wine cabinet it is best to follow the manufacturer's instructions, in most cases they will have a vent on the front which means there will be a series of fans underneath the wine cooler which will create an air circulation which will make sure the compressor can cool down.
This means you can build the kitchen cabinets as close as you want, which is usually within 2.5mm so that the door can open correctly and not catch on the side panels.