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The Best Wine Refrigerators for Your Vino Collection

You don’t have to be a connoisseur to appreciate a good glass of wine. If you’re looking to store your collection in optimal conditions and put it on full display, a wine fridge can make a great addition to your home.

From compact units that fit discreetly under the counter to dual zone refrigerators that can hold hundreds of bottles, these are the best ways to store your wine.

Liebherr WKEgw 582

This built-in wine cabinet is ideal for the casual collector, with an 18-bottle capacity that will fit right into any kitchen. Equipped with an alarm that goes off if the door is accidentally left open, as well as a child lock and an activated charcoal filter that maintains perfect air quality, the LED lighting allows you to show off each bottle without generating heat.

Subzero IW-30R

With storage for up to 86 bottles on top and two refrigerated drawers below, the Subzero IW-30R is the one-stop wine and cheese station we all need. The dual storage zones mean that you can store your reds and whites at separate temperatures so that they’re always ready to go and kept safe behind UV-resistant glass.

Kalamera 24” Wine Refrigerator

For a compact wine fridge that fits neatly under the counter, the Kalamera 24” unit packs quite a punch with a sophisticated stainless-steel design that houses 46 bottles. It’s the top-of-the-line details that make the difference, like dual zone temperature control and low vibration that won’t disturb wine sediments.

Newair AWB-400DB

This Newair refrigerator is best described as two worlds colliding, with dual zone compartments that allow for wine storage on the bottom and beer up top. With a 20-bottle and 70-can capacity, this under-the-counter fridge ensures that there’s something for everyone at your dinner party.

Edgestar Avallon

When an under-counter unit isn’t going to get the job done, this refrigerator is like a trophy case for a wine collection of up to 141 bottles. You’ll get all of the expected features in a first-class wine fridge, including 13 roll-out shelves that make it easy to sort and select each bottle.