Baumatic BWC305SS/3 Built In Wine Cooler - Black - F Rated

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Baumatic BWC305SS/3 Built In Wine Cooler - Black - F Rated

Baumatic BWC305SS/3 Built In Wine Cooler - Black - F Rated

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Anti-vibration system: some models feature a system in the compressor, or occasionally in the structure of the cooler, that minimises micro-vibrations and noise. This can be a reassuring feature for the dedicated wine enthusiast, as over time even micro-vibrations can have a negative effect on the wine's colour, flavour, and body. If you're seriously pondering this question, then the chances are you have enough interest in wine to make buying a wine cooler a sound investment. UV-resistant glass doors: protective glass on the cooler doors will help to limit the damaging effects of UV rays on your wine. Ideally, you'll be able to install your wine cooler in a place that is out of the path of direct sunlight, but if that's not possible you definitely need to buy a cooler with this feature. It's possible to buy a wine cooler with a solid door, but they're not as widely available as windowed models.

This is an easy one to rectify - wine fridges don't do well when placed near a heat source like being positioned on top of a kitchen oven for example. Humidity controls: if a wine is exposed to low levels of humidity for an extended period it can dry out the cork. This can allow air into the bottle, which can ruin your wine. Humidity controls allow you to manage the amount of moisture in the air inside the wine cooler, helping to ensure the integrity of the cork.Leaving budget aside for the moment, there are three key questions you need to answer to help decide which wine cooler will best suit your needs: As a general rule, a wine cooler is a short-term storage appliance used to keep wines at an ideal serving temperature. It's often referred to as a wine fridge. Different types of wine have specific serving temperatures that will allow you to appreciate them at their best. For white wines this ranges between 7-11°C, while for reds it's between 12-19°C. Is the main display showing any error codes and lighting up? If it's operating as normal it's likely there isn't an issue with the power supply of the wine cooler - usually a power supply issue is a clear one to identify and rule in or out. White wines are best served at a temperature somewhere between 7-11°C, depending on the grape variety (or varieties) that the wine has been made from. The lower temperature helps accentuate the acidity, enhancing the freshness and crispness associated with a really good white. White wines also have higher volumes of organic compounds, such as aldehydes and terpenes, which at lower temperatures can fill the head of the glass with the fruity aromas that can improve your wine drinking experience.

The delivery team will make every effort to protect your appliance and home from damage. It is your responsibility to move any ornaments etc. If you are also concerned about any damage to your floors, then it’s also your responsibility to put down a protective layer.


Touch controls, digital displays and smart functions: these look a bit sleeker and make the cooler a bit easier to use. Smartphone-compatible wine coolers are also now available, allowing you to control the temperature from afar. If you are just using your wine cooler for storage – assuming it has the additional features required to safely enable this – then again a single-zone model will be fine. Dual-temperature zone

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