Vinotemp wine and beverage fridge does it with mirrors

The Vinotemp Mirrored Touch Screen Wine and Beverage Cooler offers dedicated beverage storage. Its mirrored finish provides a departure from standard stainless steel.

The Vinotemp VT-100WBC-SM Mirrored Touch Screen Wine and Beverage Cooler features distinctive styling with its mirrored trim.
The Vinotemp VT-100WBC-SM Mirrored Touch Screen Wine and Beverage Cooler features distinctive styling with its mirrored trim. Amazon

Look around the kitchen. Chances are there will be lots of stainless steel. Or if not the sleek and shiny, long-lasting appeal of stainless steel, chances are there will be lots of basic white and basic black. Of course, this is a perfectly acceptable means of outfitting the kitchen, not to mention an easy way to get everything to match. However, the appeal of kitchen gear that is durable and/or easy to clean can sometimes use a makeover. Say, something more reflective.

The Vinotemp VT-100WBC-SM Mirrored Touch Screen Wine and Beverage Cooler defers the familiar look of stainless steel and replaces it with mirrors. The shiny drink cooler features two different temperature zones and can store 54 bottles up on top and 120 cans down below. Both zones are independently controlled from a touch screen control panel and have a temperature range of 40 to 72 degrees F.

Not everybody needs that much shininess for their beverages, so Vinotemp does have other options available. But while the other more affordable models come in far less than the $2,600 model shown above, there are the other kitchen appliances to consider; they might get jealous of the super-shiny new finish. Then again, since it does have a mirrored trim, it will match nearly everything.

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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