Store your wine where you have space

Unless you have a big kitchen, it can be hard to squeeze a wine cooler into the room. But the Under-Cabinet Wine Cooler provides you with a place to keep your wine out of the way--without taking up all of the space in your kitchen.

The Under-Cabinet Wine Cooler Solutions

Keeping wine chilled has been a little bit of a problem for me. If I try to put more than a bottle or two in the refrigerator, I don't seem to have room for everything else that should go in there. But my kitchen barely has room for me--it certainly doesn't have the space for a standalone wine cooler. I'm not about to give up any of my counter space for anything like that, either. Solutions seems to have found the one spot in my kitchen that I can fit a wine cooler in, though: the Under-Cabinet Wine Cooler mounts to the bottom of a cabinet, just like a microwave. I know my kitchen has a cabinet this wine cooler will fit under, and I bet most other kitchens are the same.

The Under-Cabinet Wine Cooler holds up to four bottles of wine at a time and you can easily control the temperature for either red or white wines. This wine cooler uses thermoelectric cooling--there's no danger of a compressor's vibrations disturbing sediment. You aren't limited to mounting the wine cooler under your cabinets, either; it can mount alongside a cabinet if that works better in your kitchen. The Under-Cabinet Wine Cooler is priced at $199.

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    Thursday Bram is a freelance journalist of over five years experience. She has worked in real estate and property management, learning the hard way the difference between the appliances that people like and the appliances that actually work in a home. Thursday currently lives in Maryland.

     

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