Thermoelectric Wine Coolers

What are the best thermoelectric wine coolers available?

There are several options available, so choosing the right one can be difficult. It is important to remember that the thermoelectric type is actually a preferred refrigerating method over the older compression types due to the fact that with a compressor in the unit, vibration occurs. This isn’t ideal for the wine, because it can make the tiny sediments move around altering the taste. Knowing that, you can easily understand why it is a better idea to store your wines in a thermoelectric type as opposed to any of the other options out there.

Whichever type of cooler you select all depends on how much wine you plan on holding at a given time. Many people think that they need to get one with the capacity to hold 21 bottles yet they never have more than 8 on-hand at a given time. 

Another thing to keep in mind is what material you desire it to be made of. Stainless steel is a very common material, though some are made of wood or plastic. 

The following is a short review of some of the best thermoelectric wine coolers available today.

thermoelectric wine cooling unit

  • EdgeStar 21 Bottle Dual Zone

The EdgeStar 21 Bottle Dual zone is a stainless steel unit with the capacity to hold up to 21 bottles in seven rows of three. It is programmed by a digital control panel with a blue LED display. It is opened with a sleek, long handle and is very popular because of how well it fits under most counters. Depending on where you purchase it, the unit can run from $250-$350.

  • Vinotemp VT-12TEDS 12 Bottle

The Vinotemp VT-12TEDS is a very popular choice because of the fact that it is energy efficient. Hooking one of these up to make sure your wine is kept at the proper temperature will not cause a noticeable change in your energy bill. With the capacity to hold up to 12 bottles, this cooler is more ideal for those that prefer a smaller unit. They usually cost around $150.

  • Tresanti Thermoelectric Wine Bar and Cooler

If wine is a huge part of your life, and you want that to be reflected in your home, than the Tresanti Wine bar is for you. It’s made of a gorgeous cherry wood with a black marble top, and is able to hold up to 18 bottles of wine and more than 20 wine glasses. The unit comes with an area to pour drinks and serve them as well. It is an absolute must for the true wine connoisseur and costs $899.

  • AW-280E NewAir 28 Bottle

For those that want to draw more attention the wine cooler itself, look no further than the AW-280E from NewAir. This unit has the capacity to hold up to 28 bottles, and is incredibly easy to set at your ideal temperature. What makes this refrigerator stand out from the others is the blue LED that shines throughout, illuminating the bottles in a mesmerizing way. The unit is priced very well for the capacity it has, and usually runs around $175.

Finding the best thermoelectric wine coolers for your home doesn’t have to be a difficult task. As long as you keep in mind what you want it to look like in your kitchen and choose based on what capacity it has, you really can’t go wrong.

One Response to Thermoelectric Wine Coolers

  1. Greg Weithoner says:

    Looking for a thermoelectric wine cooler / wineador to replace my humidor (24″x21″x64″)

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