Cooling Zones

If you wish to store and mature your wine for a long period of time, the wine will last and develop better at a stable temperature of 12-14 degrees Celsius. This goes for white, rosé, sparkling as well as dessert wine. In this case, a cabinet with only one temperature zone is enough. Looking for long-term storage? Check out our category of wine cabinets. If your intention isn’t long-term storage but the desire to always have your wine ready for serving, we recommend a cabinet with two cooling zones. In that way, you’ll be able to keep your wines ready at different temperatures: 14-16 degrees Celsius for red wines and 6-8 degrees Celsius for white, rosé, sparkling wines as well as beer.


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If you wish to store and mature your wine for a long period of time, the wine will last and develop better at a stable temperature of 12-14 degrees Celsius. This goes for white, rosé, sparkling as well as dessert wine. In this case, a cabinet with only one temperature zone is enough. Looking for long-term storage? Check out our category of wine cabinets.

 

If your intention isn’t long-term storage but the desire to always have your wine ready for serving, we recommend a cabinet with two cooling zones. In that way, you’ll be able to keep your wines ready at different temperatures: 14-16 degrees Celsius for red wines and 6-8 degrees Celsius for white, rosé, sparkling wines as well as beer.

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