Top 10 Best Rated Wine Fridges 2020

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While it may seem inane to mention wine fridges as if they were any different from normal ones, it is indeed an accurate call card. These wine coolers; a pretentious name indeed, are specially designed to accommodate your wine storage needs. It is the new generation replacement for wine cellars for those without the fortune of one.

Investing in one of these marvels does come with certain risks, though, which is why you may wish to buy the absolute best. Did you know? However, it is possible to have a trustworthy wine fridge without breaking the bank? Our review examines these gems that have dropped superfluous features in exchange for sheer performance and a budget price tag.

Any of these choices is enough to spruce up your home and make it feel welcoming to the most fabulous of tastes

Best Wine Fridge 2020

1. Kalamera Freestanding Wine Cooler

As we can expect of a design that stole our heart and won first place on our list, this 30-bottle cooler has everything. It is an amazing blend of good price, high-efficient-performance, and a crazy number of features in a wine cooler of insane value.

There is an in-built memory function that allows you to ensure proper chill level for a wine of various tolerance. Safety locks for keeping out kids and LED temperature makes it a safe choice for family use.

Specs

  • Digital temperature control
  • 30-bottle capacity
  • Reversible door
  • Security lock
  • 8-pounds
  • Temperature memory function
  • Glassdoor

Pros

  • Glass is double-layered
  • Sleek look
  • Compact and durable
  • Versatile and affordable
  • Suitable for all operational theatre

Cons

  • Heavy

2. Allavino FlexCount Dual Zone cooler

FlexCount is a premium choice that can contain over one bottle per week with its crazy 56-bottles storage capacity. Allavino developed this wine cooler with the latest of technology and high-ranking materials. It features a sleek look to accompany an unmatched versatility and extreme size.

Specs

  • 123-pounds
  • Dual-zone cooling
  • Digital control
  • Fast cool option
  • Thermoelectric
  • 56-bottles capacity

Pros

  • Innovative design
  • Intuitive use
  • Fast cooling
  • Premium feel
  • Large capacity
  • Versatile vent placement

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Heavy

3. Ivation Bottle Thermoelectric Wine cooler

As a thermoelectric cooler, it runs on a form of thermoelectric power, giving it a high-efficiency performance. Ivation has an adjustable temperature range that can be made to suit you while maintaining a perfect temperature for your various wines. It keeps a stable temperature for proper ageing without taking up much space.

Ivation’s sleek finish also lets it blend perfectly into the kitchen and its thermoelectricity reduces noise and vibrations. Because the glass blocks out UV, the wine remains constant even when the cooler is exposed to sunlight

Specs

  • 2-pounds
  • Temperature controls
  • Super-silent feature
  • 18-bottles capacity

Pros

  • Thermoelectricity is quiet and vibration-free
  • Bigger than expected
  • Perfect temperature stability
  • No vibration or noise
  • Assists in ageing
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Awkward look
  • Smaller is no small talk

4. Haier 12-Bottle Dual Zone Wine Cooler

This 12-bottle cooler is one of the smallest and cheapest on the market. Despite its budget cost, it still has features you will only expect from higher-priced models. Its thermoelectric cooling means that it is remarkably vibration-free and quiet.

There are LED displays to accompany a dual touchscreen control and an impressive upper compartment temperature of 66-degrees F. It also has a stylish, minimalistic design that spruces up your kitchen without looking awkward.

Specs

  • 12-bottle capacity
  • 3-pounds
  • 12-months warranty
  • Thermoelectric cooling
  • Touchscreen controls
  • LED display
  • Max 66-degrees F temperature

Pros

  • Small, lightweight, compact, and affordable
  • Can keep a constant temperature
  • Easy control
  • Minimalistic design
  • Versatile placement
  • Has a long cord

Cons

  • Door is irreversible
  • Racks do not slide off
  • Too small for larger homes

5. NutriChef 12-bottle Thermoelectric (PKTEWC12)

It is smaller than we expected from NutriChef, but its slick appearance is to its favour since it can fit into most kitchen areas. It is easy to control and goes as far as 70-degrees F on cooling. As expected of thermoelectric fridges, it has a remarkably silent and vibration-free operation.

Specs

  • Thermoelectric
  • Touchscreen
  • Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature control
  • Polished chrome racks
  • Reversible, reinforced glass door
  • 2 pounds

Pros

  • Lightweight and compact
  • Sleek look
  • Elegant glass door
  • Can record both C and F
  • Has space for standing bottles
  • Touch controls

Cons

  • Cooling is slow
  • Too small for most homes

6. NutriChef PKTEWCDS1802

PKTEWCDS1802 follows the traditional design of a transparent glass door to allow an easier time of picking out our things. It is a premium wine cooler with internal LED lights for a stylish exhibition and high customizing. A standing bottle option is allowed because the racks can be rearranged to suit your needs.

Specs

  • 18-bottles capacity
  • LCD thermostat display
  • LED lighting
  • Standing bottle storage
  • Thermoelectric
  • 1-pounds
  • 64-degrees F max

Pros

  • Easy set-up
  • All-metal body
  • Fast cooling
  • Cheap
  • Customizable and versatile
  • LED illumination for stylish displays

Cons

  • Can’t store large bottles
  • Relatively noisy

7. Koldfront TWR187ES 18-bottle

TWR187ES is a stylish pick, with wooden shelves instead of metal ones and a black platinum trimming casing. It can be freely customized and is freestanding in design.

Specs

  • Removable shelves
  • 35-pounds
  • 18-bottles capacity
  • One-year warranty
  • Security lock
  • Interior light
  • Freestanding
  • Temperature control panel

Pros

  • Easy control
  • Accent lighting for interior
  • Wooden shelves are unique
  • Premium feel
  • Can store tall bottles
  • Perfect fit under countertops

Cons

  • Noisy
  • Racks are too low

8. KoldFront TWR181ES

The only major difference between TWR181ES and TWR187ES is that one is dual-zone while the other is not. In terms of value, these two models are neck-to-neck.

Specs

  • 35-pounds
  • LED lighting
  • 18-bottle capacity
  • One-year warranty
  • Dual-zone electric control
  • Digital display

Pros

  • Can take large bottles
  • Tempered glass door
  • Impressive cooling range
  • Unique design
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Noisy
  • Small shelves

9. Wine Enthusiast 18-Bottle

Specs

  • Interior lighting
  • Freestanding
  • 18-bottles capacity
  • Touchscreen controls
  • 45-pounds
  • One-year warranty
  • 64-degrees F max
  • Thermopane glass door

Pros

  • Sleek finish
  • Vertical configuration
  • Vibration-free, quiet operation
  • Slim design for tight fits
  • Removable racks
  • Cheap
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • No door-lock
  • Too tall for under countertop

10. Phiestina 29-Bottle Dual Zone

Specs

  • 29-bottle capacity
  • Metal trays
  • One-year warranty
  • Temperature control
  • 72-pounds
  • Removable shelves

Pros

  • Customizable
  • Ergonomic handles
  • Minimalistic design
  • Energy-saving
  • Wide cooling range

Cons

  • Weird initial smell
  • Emits heat

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