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16-Bottle Private Reserve Wine Cellar


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16-Bottle Private Reserve Wine Cellar

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Made of:
stainless steel/double-pane glass
20.9" x 15.7" x 17.7"
Refer to included instructions.

Why We Love This

A well-kept wine is a happy wine, and this sixteen-bottle wine cellar is sure to keep up to sixteen bottles of wine at the ideal temperature while maintaining their signature bouquet, flavor and body, on four chrome-contoured racks. Use the touchpad to electronically set your preferred temperature (between 39°-68°F). The thermoelectric cooling system holds the temp, quietly and efficiently, while the attractive stainless finish ensures wine collections are displayed in style. Other features include soft interior lighting with an on/off control, an electronic temperature control with a blue LED display, and a double-pane tinted viewing window.

About Cuisinart

Sleek, good-looking, hardworking, and there for the duration, Cuisinart has all the makings of a perfect partner. Having won the praise of James Beard and Jacques Pépin, the brand is a kitchen superstar for kitchen superstars and has been a classic foodie favorite ever since its revolutionary food processor hit the States in 1973.