If you love your wine and are in need of a wine cooler, you may not know where to start. There are a lot of products out there that offer a wide variety of features, but it’s important to first decide what it is you need out of a wine cooler. How many bottles do you expect to hold? Do you prefer compression or thermoelectric cooling? Is having dual-zone control important to you?
The 10 wine coolers found on this list vary, but all offer exceptional quality. While some hold as little as six bottles of wine, others hold as many as 36. From simple, to sleek and cool, there’s a wine cooler here to suit any décor. We’ll be taking a look at these wine cooler’s measurements, capacity, cooling systems, and other cool features to help you find the best one for you.
1. Avanti 12-Bottle Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
This sleek looking wine cooler can fit right on your counter top and can hold up to 12 bottles of wine. It uses a thermoelectric cooling system to ensure your wine is always at the perfect temperature. The design is lightweight, weighing less than 20 pounds and compact, measuring 25 inches tall and 10 inches wide. Avanti even designed this cooler to have a curved glass door to ensure that the bottles always have the perfect fit.
2. Magic Chef 6-Bottle Countertop Wine Cooler
A little smaller, this wine cooler is a simple black color and fits 6 bottles of wine. It easily fits on the countertop, weighing under 19 pounds and measuring 12.4 inches tall. Magic Chef allows you full-range temperature control (from 46 degrees Fahrenheit to 64 degrees Fahrenheit), so you can customize your wine to your taste. Other features include an interior light, a recessed handle, and a thermoelectric cooling system.
3. Ivation 18-Bottle Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
With a sophisticated, contemporary design, this beautiful wine cooler uses thermoelectric cooling to keep a correct and consistent temperature all the time. It can hold up to 18 wine bottles and weighs only 32 pounds. It features a special design within the cooling system that minimizes vibration noise; which also lets your wine settle correctly. Other features include touch controls, soft interior lighting, and humidity control.
4. Koldfront 18-bottle Dual Zone Wine Cooler
Koldfront’s 18-bottle wine cooler is just over 26 inches tall and almost 14 inches wide. It has four interior racks that match the sleek, chrome design of the exterior. This wine cooler’s coolest feature is its dual-zone temperature capabilities- the lower zone (holding 12 bottles) staying between 54-64 degrees, and the upper zone (holding six bottles) staying between 45-54 degrees. There’s also an internal fan that circulates air, and the entire cooler is made from durable materials.
5. Danby 36-Bottle Wine Cooler
This free-standing wine cooler has a cool, blue, LED interior light that can showcase your wine to guests without the same risky heat as a regular lightbulb. It can hold 36 bottles of wine, making it certainly one of the largest on the list. It has black wire shelving and a tempered glass door that helps protect your wine from UV rays. It has reversible door hinging and weighs 70 pounds. Your wine is guaranteed to stay between 43-57 degrees in this Danby wine cooler.
6. Kalamera 30-Bottle Wine Cooler
Kalamera certainly knows how to get the most into a small space. This wine cooler is only 15 inches wide and 33.9 inches tall, but holds 30 bottles of wine. The shelves are made out of beech wood to create air better circulation, it has a double-layered tempered glass door, and it features a temperature memory function that can restore set temperatures. Other features include one-touch controls, a sleek, stainless steel design, a blue interior LED light, and a compression cooling system.
7. Allavino 28-Bottle Wine Refrigerator
This wine cooler holds 28 bottles of wine, has a simple, black design, and a stainless steel door. The interior has wire shelving, blue LED lighting, and temperature controls between 46-65 degrees. It uses a thermoelectric cooling system, weighs 32 pounds, and is 20.5 inches tall. Other features include easy-to-use controls, a LED temperature display, vibration dampening technology, and a UV-tinting glass door. The wine cooler even comes with a steel towel bar to add to the design.
8. Wine Enthusiast 21-Bottle Dual Zone Wine Refrigerator
Black in color with two separate compartments, this wine cooler can hold 21 bottles of wine. The interior shelves are chrome and pull out. There is also a stand-up-bottle area as well. It uses a thermoelectric cooling system that is energy efficient, has an interior LED light, and measures just over 32 inches tall. Wine Enthusiast made this wine cooler with two separate compartments to create dual-zone cooling. The top zone can be adjusted between 46-65 degrees and the bottom zone can be adjusted between 52-65 degrees.
9. NewAir 29-Bottle Compressor Wine Cooler
Measuring only 15 inches in length, this wine cooler is compact enough to fit virtually anywhere; still able to fit 29 wine bottles. It has a compression cooling system, with dual zones that can cool between 40-50 degrees and 50-66 degrees. Other features include interior LED blue lighting, adjustable beech wood shelves, and vibration protection. It’s black and chrome in design and has a double-paned glass door that collects from UV rays and locks.
10. Igloo 12-Bottle Wine Cooler
Just like another on the list, this Igloo cooler has a curved glass door to ensure a perfect fit. It can hold 12 bottles in total, with four of those bottles able to fit in the cooler’s vertical storage space. The design is sleek, cool, and it only weighs 26.4 pounds. At 20 inches tall and 10 inches wide, it can fit almost anywhere. The wine cooler also features vibration-free technology, a blue interior light, removable shelving, and adjustable electronic temperature control.
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From the simplest to the most elegant, the wine coolers on this list are sure to satisfy any wine lover. Take the time to figure out what it is you need in a wine cooler and try using one of the amazing ones featured on our list.