Wine fridge makes it four times as easy to choose

Enjoying a nice glass of wine is an easy way to relax. Especially when dispensed from an appliance that offers four choices.

Why open one bottle of wine when you can open four?
Why open one bottle of wine when you can open four? Vinotemp

There are seemingly endless varieties of wine. Before one even considers the distinctions between red and white, the maze of choices that are available in just one branch can be dizzying. (In a good way.) But when it comes time to choose what to open, sometimes that can be the easiest part. The answer is yes.

The Vinotemp VT-100WINEDISP4 Dual-Zone Wine Dispenser and Cooler supplies room for up to four bottles to be dispensed at a time. After opening, wine is kept drinkable through the use of argon or nitrogen and a refillable gas system. The stopper and dispenser parts are all FDA-approved, and a customized pour control is available as an optional feature.

What sets the unit apart is the inclusion of a dual-zone wine refrigerator. With a large capacity of 34 bottles in the upper zone and 54 bottles in the lower zone, the appliance offers an all-in-one solution that can be freestanding or built into existing cabinetry (it has a front exhaust). Ideal for commercial or home applications, the independent temperature zones are controlled easily through a touch display.

Of course, all this convenience comes at a price. However, if the price tag of five grand could be better spent elsewhere (say, on many, many bottles of wine), then the good news is that the dispensing system is available solo in a similar model. The Vinotemp VT-WINEDISP4 4-Bottle Wine Dispenser is much less expensive and still makes it four times as easy to choose which wine bottles to open. Which one to drink however, well, that is another story.

(Via Born Rich)

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