When next sharing a glass or three with friends, you can casually mention that in Spanish speaking countries, the word ‘Bodega’ refers to a wine shop or a wine cellar. Naturally, this leads to pleasant discussions about wine cellars and how wines are stored and served at different temperatures. Unless you have a large home with a wine cellar, appropriate temperatures are often a hot topic. Wine coolers from Bodega43 are rapidly rising in popularity, and grateful oenophiles are rushing to get their clever wine storage systems. Wine refrigeration and storage technology have advanced to the point where wine fridges are feasible for everyone. Not just for wine storage but for perfect temperature control too. When your thoughts wander to which wine chiller cabinet is best for you, there are a few points to consider.
Choosing Your Wine Cooler Size
The size of your collection and the available space for a new appliance must be considered. An extensive collection will need a larger cooler, which will have to fit into your home somewhere. Smaller collections can be safely stashed in compact units, but positioning must still be deliberated. There are options for both, and there are mid-sized models for those inbetweeners. A large free-standing fridge will be an excellent addition if your entertainment area is spacious. With a sleek exterior offering tantalising intimations of the bottled splendours, free-standing units are a gathering point at any party. Smaller homes have many alternatives, from under-counter fridges to tall, slender models and built-in units. And there is no rule to say you can’t have more than one. These can show your collection off, adding sophistication to a modern kitchen, or can be utterly discreet and tucked into existing cabinetry. The list of benefits of having a dedicated wine fridge is long.