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Our wine chillers are perfect for storing your wine without risking any loss in flavour and are ideal for either the entertainer or the wine connoisseur. 

VT46 Wine Chiller

Size: 595 W x 570 D x 870 H
Holds: 46 Bottles

VT94 Wine Chiller

Size: 595 W x 680 D x 1215 H
Holds: 94 Bottles

VT181 Wine Chiller

Size: 645 W x 680 D x 1835 H
Holds: 181 Bottles

Applications: Usage includes commercial / domestic pubs, wine cellars, restaurants

Upper Zone Temp range: 2ºC – 20ºC

Lower Zone Temp range: 12ºC – 20ºC

  • Tempered glass
  • Adjustable beech wood sliding shelves
  • Reverse door swing
  • Internal LED light
  • Compressor cooled
  • Adjustable sliding shelves
  • Digital touch control
  • Automatic control panel lock
  • Auto defrost
  • Low vibration
  • Circulating fan cooling both upper and lower zone (auto air fan function)
  • Front louver design for discharging

Why use a wine chiller?


Wine chillers are specifically designed to not just preserve but to age wine. Storing and aging wine properly brings out the full flavour potential.


  • Wine chillers have low vibration compressors to reduce disturbance of the sediment in the wine, which can affect the natural aging process.
  • Wine chillers maintain the humidity between 50 – 80% whereas refrigerators are designed to remove humidity from the environment. Low humidity will dry out the corks and affect the aging process.


  • They have more accurate temperature controls. Temperature stability is one of the primary factors that help preserve and age the wine. General household refrigerators tend to have larger temperature fluctuations.
  • Circulating fan balances the storage temperature.
  • They have auto defrost functions to maintain interior temperature and prevent frosting.
  • Our units also come as front discharging, which allows them to be built in. If heat is not dispensed efficiently, it may cause the unit to overheat.
  • Low LED lighting is used in wine chillers as opposed to florescent lights which can break down and destroy the wine flavour.


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