What is a wine refrigerator called?
Wine fridge, wine cooler, wine chiller; these are all interchangeable terms that apply to a wine refrigerator.
There are many different categories of wine chillers. These categories include:
• Medium capacity wine fridges: houses 38-66 bottles, perfect for dedicated wine collectors who love to entertain.
• Large capacity wine coolers: storage for greater than 66 bottles, but less than 300. Great for serious collectors with an ever-growing collection.
• Dual-zone wine refrigerators: an appliance with multiple independent temperature zones. A worthy investment for those who love more than one varietal.
• Freestanding: a wine refrigerator with rear exhaust. Freestanding units are easy to install.
• Built-in or undercounter: a wine fridge with front exhaust that can be recessed into existing cabinetry or installed undercounter. There are also integrated, panel-ready wine coolers that allow your unit to blend in with its surroundings.
• Left hinge and reversible coolers: refrigerators that are designed with a left side or reversible door hinge. This feature allows you to store two units side by side.
• Commercial wine refrigerators: fridges crafted specifically for commercial use that make it easy to securely store and merchandise your wine stock.