Looking for a wine cooler to complement your cohesively designed kitchen? An integrated wine fridge is a perfect solution for achieving a seamless aesthetic.
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Our integrated wine coolers add that wow factor to luxury bespoke kitchens, with a range to inspire your new kitchen design. In column options are completely built in to match your cabinetry perfectly. For a tall bank of units, the triple zone WC1800 is a real show stopper with a maximum capacity of 70 wine bottles. If you have less space but still want your wine cooler to be a central feature, the WC6100 can be built in at eye level and is available in three distinct finishes: black, stainless steel and gunmetal. If space is limited, our Wi6161 is a great alternative and can be integrated under counter.
Discreetly built-in to kitchen cabinets, usually tall housing, integrated wine coolers feature the same abilities as all wine coolers in that they control humidity, vibration and temperature to protect and preserve your collection.
Integrated wine coolers are perfect for creating a cohesive aesthetic. They are also available in a variety of sizes and colours. Built-in appliances provide a premium, seamless look. So why not integrate your wine cooler as well? The WC6100 integrated wine coolers are designed to match our built-in cooking ranges to suit a linear or bank installation. All our built-in wine coolers have a plethora of features and include the distinct Caple design. These sophisticated wine fridges provide an easy solution to wine storage and serving.
The WF334 freestanding wine cooler cannot be integrated as the unit relies on top and side heat dispersion. It would overheat and adversely affect the performance if the vents were positioned against cabinets.
Always refer to the installation guidance when designing a wine cooler in a kitchen.
Under-counter wine cabinets can be used as standalone units and do not require to be built-in to function. Whereas the built-in/integrated wine coolers are not suitable for freestanding use.
Yes, all our wine coolers require ventilation to perform at their best. As integrated wine coolers are built-in to furniture housing, the correct ventilation must be used for the wine fridge to work correctly. Install the integrated wine fridge with a plinth grille to ensure adequate airflow
Wine coolers generate hot air. Therefore, without the correct ventilation, the air can’t escape. The hot air must be dispersed back into the room to prevent the wine cooler from failing.