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Wine storage solutions brand Vinotemp has unveiled a new unit that combines wine storage and refrigerated drawers in one package.

The latest offering in the brand’s Connoisseur Series, the Stainless Steel Wine & Beverage Cooler is designed to provide sophisticated storage at the perfect price point, the brand says.

“We were meticulous in the designing of our latest wine and beverage storage solution because we wanted to offer a sleek, clean, modern look while providing extensive storage and accessibility,” says India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp. “And the new Stainless Steel Wine & Beverage Cooler delivers it all, along with the option of built-in or freestanding installation.”

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Featuring gliding metal wine racks with a distinctive wood lip, the cooler’s notable functionality includes enough storage space for more than nine cases of wine along with ample beverage storage in easy-to access refrigerated drawers.

Additional benefits of the Stainless Steel Wine & Beverage Cooler also includes:

  • Ample storage capacity: Approximately 108 standard-sized bottles of wine can be stored, and the drawers combined storage capacity is approximately 100 cans.
  • Easy-to-adjust, beverage storage and access: The cooler’s wine zone features 10 slide-out shelves allowing bottles to be easily viewed and removed. And a shelf, or shelves, can be removed to create room for storing large-format bottles. The beverage zone features two, convenient pull-out refrigerated drawers with ample room for storage.
  • Customizable storage temperatures: A digital temperature control panel makes customizing the temperature of the two-zones simple.

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“The wine zone features a 31-degree temperature range (41 degrees to 72 degrees Fahrenheit) to ensure the optimal drinking temperature for a variety of wines from vintage sparkling (recommended optimal drinking temperature, 48 Fahrenheit) to full bodied reds (recommended optimal drinking temperature, 64 Fahrenheit)” the company says.

The drawers, on the other hand, are configured with a temperature range of 34 to 46 Fahrenheit to properly refrigerate everything from black ales and premium lagers to dairy.