24 Modern wine refrigerators in Interior Designs

Some wine connoisseurs may elect to store their wine at home in a dedicated room, closet or cellarette. Other options involve purchases and rentals at off-site wine storage facilities that are specifically designed for the task. Other industries focus on the construction of home wine cellars and wine caves, small rooms or spaces in which to store wine. Others produce smaller wine accessories, such as racks and wine refrigerators. These appliances can feature adjustable temperature interfaces, two chambers for red and white wines and materials which protect the wine from the sun and ambient environment.

While most wine is consumed within 24 hours of purchase, fine wines are often set aside for long-term storage. The three factors that have the most direct impact on a wine’s condition are light, humidity, and temperature. A fourth consideration is security for expensive wines. Since 20s consumers started to storage wine in their houses. Strong, direct sunlight or incandescent light can adversely react with phenolic compounds in wine and create potential wine faults. For example, the Champagne house of Louis Roederer uses cellophane wrap to protect its premium cuvee Cristal from light, the wine being packaged in a clear bottle.

Tom Stevenson recommend that wine should not be kept in a refrigerator since the refrigeration process often includes dehumidifying, which can quickly dry out corks. Most experts, such as Jancis Robinson, recommend that wine be kept at constant temperatures between 50 and 59 °F (10 and 15 °C). Climate Controlled Wine Storage maintains moderate humidity levels (55%-75%) to avoid these problems and assist in the optimum wine development conditions.

Research in the late 1990s suggested that the ideal orientation for wine bottles is at a slight angle, rather than completely horizontal. This allows the cork to maintain partial contact with the wine in order to stay damp but also keeps the air bubble formed by a wine’s ullage at the top rather than in the middle of the bottle if the wine is lying on its side. While most wines can benefit from lying on their side, Champagne and other sparkling wines tend to age better if they are kept upright.

A sleek wine cellar

A sleek wine cellar

Beautiful designed built in kitchen appliances including a wine fridge

Beautiful designed built in kitchen appliances including a wine fridge

Beverage Center

Beverage Center

big wine room

big wine room

Curved wine room

Curved wine room

Custom bar design

Custom bar design

Custom made shelves for wine

Custom made shelves for wine

Glass front wine refrigerator

Glass front wine refrigerator

Integrated Sub-Zero wine refrigerator

Integrated Sub-Zero wine refrigerator

Job's Peak Ranch Residence

Job’s Peak Ranch Residence

Large wine refrigirator

Large wine refrigirator

Large-scale modern wine refrigerator

Large-scale modern wine refrigerator

Living room with wine storage

Living room with wine storage

matching wine refrigerator's and drink drawers

matching wine refrigerator’s and drink drawers

raise the wine refrigerator above the cabinets

raise the wine refrigerator above the cabinets

Sub Zero stainless steel fridge

Sub Zero stainless steel fridge

Unique wine storage

Unique wine storage

Wine Cabinet with 18 bottle dual zone thermoelectric cooler

Wine Cabinet with 18 bottle dual zone thermoelectric cooler

Wine fringe

Wine fringe

Wine refrigirator in the kitchen

Wine refrigirator in the kitchen

wine tasting vignette and vertical wine storage with cold refrigeration tucked underneath the staircase

wine tasting vignette and vertical wine storage with cold refrigeration tucked underneath the staircase

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