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When it comes to alcoholic beverages, it’s tough to beat a good glass of wine. While keeping your wine in the refrigerator will keep it cold, a wine fridge is a fantastic way to keep your wine chilled to the precise temperature it was originally meant to be enjoyed at. Wine fridges come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs, and what you look for in a wine fridge will depend largely on what type of wine you drink, how many bottles you keep on hand, and how long you are planning on storing the bottles for.  We have composed a list of some of the best wine fridges for all levels of wine lovers. Whether this is your first wine fridge, or you are looking to upgrade to a bigger, better model, there’s never a bad time to look at a new way to keep your favorite drinks cool and frosty.  Without further ado, here is our list of the 4 best wine fridges of 2015.

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4 Best Wine Fridges of 2015

 

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AKDY® 21 Bottle Dual Zone Thermoelectric Stainless Steel Freestanding Wine Cooler:  (Use this link to show us some love. This is an Affiliate Link.♥) This sleek and stylish wine fridge has a lot to offer, from it’s compact design, to it’s dual temperature zones, and a 21 bottle capacity.  It is a thermoelectric model, which is definitely a plus for a free-standing fridge as it runs with virtually no noise, so you can place it anywhere and not need to worry about it rumbling noisily to life while you are watching a movie, or reading your favorite book.  The main body is split into two sections, each with it’s own temperature control panel, which is ideal for folks who enjoy both red and white wine as you can chill them down to the specific temperatures you prefer each at.  One of the only real downsides to this particular model is that the two zones open as a single unit, so if you are grabbing a bottle of one type, both sides will go up in temperature and need to be re-chilled.  Overall though, this is a very minor concern with a fridge with so many positives, like the solid hardwood racks, and the compact size allowing you to fit this beautiful appliance just about anywhere in your home.

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U-Line 1175WCB13:  (Use this link to show us some love.This is an Affiliate Link.♥) This compressor based wine fridge from U-Line offers several brilliant advantages that make it a fantastic appliance for any wine enthusiast’s home.  The first is U-Lines triple zone temperature system, allowing you to maintain up to 3 different temperatures.  This is perfect for folks who love a variety of wines, and like their wine chilled to exactly the right temperature.  The second major advantage that this model enjoys is in it’s compressor, it contains a vibration safe environment, ensuring that your wine will chill quickly, and too the exact temperature you would like, while remaining settled, and not allowing any air through the cork due to vibration.  Another major advantage is this model’s built-in style design, meant to slip seamlessly into your cabinet structure.  This allows the appliance to have more room than many free standing models accommodating up to 48 bottles of wine.  This beautiful model is a kitchen must have for any wine lover!

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KingsBottle 120 Bottle Dual Zone Wine Cooler: (Use this link to show us some love. This is an Affiliate Link.♥)  When it comes to high capacity wine fridges, this model from Kings Bottle stands out from the rest of the pack.  With a 120 bottle capacity, this free standing wine fridge is ideal for a home bar, or rec room.  It’s dual cooling zones, high quality compressor, and air circulation and cooling system ensure that your wine will get cold faster, and stay cold longer.  The unit works well as a free standing cooler, but does have under-unit ventilation in case you want to use it as a built in.  It also has solid hardwood shelves, well re-enforced to distribute heavy loads of wine bottles, and a floating ball bearing system to ensure that the shelves slide into and out of the unit very freely.  Many reviews note that fridge as an excellent choice for short to medium term wine storage, so if you are just getting into wine collecting, this is a great unit to check out so you can start stocking up on your favorite wines.

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Sonoma 700 Wine Cellar:  (Use this link to show us some love.This is an Affiliate Link.♥)  The last wine cooler on our list is certainly the most impressive.  This enormous model from Sonoma is perfectly built for a true wine connoisseur.  With a massive 464 bottle capacity, hardwood exterior and racks, and quiet, efficient cooling system, there is no doubt that this impressive unit would be a stately addition to any dinning room, bar, or even home winery.  Built with both long and short term storage in mind, this unit has a high quality locking system, as well as double-paned, tempered glass doors, to allow for view of your collection without allowing damaging UV light to effect the quality and taste of your wines.  This unit will definitely add a beautiful touch of elegance to the home of any wine lover.

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