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    Built In Wine Coolers

    Built in wine coolers are designed to be ‘built’ in under counters, in cabinetry, or any other space in your kitchen or home. Available in a range of sizes and shapes to accommodate any cabinetry they can also be positioned freestanding if preferred. You will find that many of our large, narrow and tall wine coolers can be used as built in wine fridges - ideal for those with extensive wine collections looking to store various types of wine.

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    About Built In Wine Fridges & Coolers

    We stock 600mm, 500mm wide, 400mm wide, 300mm wide and 150mm wide built in wine fridges too. If you want a fridge that's flush against other cabinets, or one that matches existing cabinetry, then see our integrated wine fridge range.Alternatively, read our buyer's guide to learn more about which wine cooler is most suited to your requirements. The most popular built in wine fridges we offer are 30cm wide, 40cm wide, 50cm wide, 600mm wine coolers and tall built in wine coolers

    Choose from the wide selection of built In wine coolers above to find the perfect wine cooler for your home or business.

    In contrast to a freestanding wine cooler, built In wine coolers are designed to be fitted into a cupboard or cabinet. This being said a built in unit can also be used as a freestanding wine cooler.

    Built In Wine Fridge Features

    Built in wine coolers are designed to create the most ideal conditions for the storage of wine. With either a thermoelectric or compressor technology, they work to keep the wine at a constant, cool temperature ensuring your wine is preserved to it's fullest. 

    To ensure that the wine is stored as adequately as possible, wine coolers are often equipped with features such as humidity controls, special UV resistant glass doors, and charcoal filters. This helps to recreate the conditions of a traditional wine cellar, to keep your wine collections at the perfect temperature for storage, or for serving guests drinks as the host at a party.

    You will also find built in wine coolers that are equipped with multiple temperature zones to allow for sufficient storage of many different wine types. We stock single zone, dual zone, and multiple zone wine coolers - ideal for storing red wine, rose wine, champagne, and white wine in one chiller.

    For those concerned about energy ratings, we list the energy efficiency of each fridge on the product page.

      Best Built In Wine Fridge In Stock 

      Expert Wine Storage is your go to source for the finest in wine storage solutions. Enjoy fast and complimentary 2-person delivery on a wide array of models, all assembled and ready to install. Store your favourite wines safely and securely with expert help from our knowledgeable professionals. Here our the best built in wine coolers we have to offer:

      Swisscave WLB160DF - Dual Zone - Built In Wine Fridge 

      Presenting the Swisscave WLB160DF: a top-of-the-line cooling unit suitable for built in or freestanding use. Boasting a sleek design from Swisscave's Black Edition Series, this medium capacity storage solution accommodates up to 50 Bordeaux style bottles (or 40 with all shelves installed), creating an optimal environment for preserving your most prized and prized labels.

      Let this sophisticated cooler help you show off your collection in style!

      Dunavox DAUF-32.78DB - Dual Zone - Built In Wine Cooler 

      The Dunavox DAUF-32.78DB, is a 400mm wine cooler from Dunavox, is offered as an built in or under counter model. Two independent compartments maintain temperatures of 10°C - 18°C and 5°C - 10°C, respectively, providing optimal storage space for up to 32 Bordeaux bottles. This wine fridge is an ideal way to preserve and enjoy your preferred vintages. 

      Swisscave WL455DF - Dual Zone - Built In Wine Fridge 

      The Swisscave WL455DF offers a sleek and modern aesthetic perfect for use as a built-in or freestanding appliance. This wine cooler is available with or without a door handle to suit your preferences and can store up to 200 bottles with some shelves removed and 166 bottles with all shelves fitted (standard Bordeaux bottle size).

      Get In Touch With Our Built In Wine Cooler Experts

      If you have any questions about built in wine fridges, please get in touch via our email info@expertwinestorage.co.uk or call us on 0330 133 2327 and one of expert UK sales team will be very happy to help.

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      FAQ's

      Can a Built in Wine Cooler be Used Freestanding?

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      Yes, as built in coolers are designed to dissipate heat from the front of the unit, they are therefore able to be used as a freestanding unit. Using a built in wine cooler as freestanding, you will have more freedom in terms of how compactly it can be placed. However, you can't use a freestanding wine fridge as a built-in one. Freestanding wine coolers are engineered to dissipate heat from the back and sides of the unit, so if they were to be enclosed under countertops or in close proximity to a wall, they run the risk of overheating and breaking. 

      What Sizes of Built In Wine Cooler are Available?

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      We offer a wide selection of built in wine coolers that are designed to suit a range of different spaces, rooms, and bottle capacities. You will find wine coolers available from anything between 15cm wide to 60cm wide and capacities between 6 to 200+ bottles of wine. The most popular sized for built-in wine fridges are 300mm/30cm wide and 600mm/60cm wide.

      The most popular sizes of built in wine cooler at Expert Wine Storage include:

      Whatever size of wine collection you need to store we will have a built in wine fridge to meet your needs.

      How Do I Install a Built In Wine Fridge?

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      Ensure there is enough room for the door to open properly and that no vents will be blocked. Then position the wine cooler in the prepared space. Plug it into the power source without switching it on. Then use a screwdriver to fasten your wine cooler’s mounting place to the back surface (if your unit has them). Next ensure that the cooler is level before letting the unit settle for 12-24 hours. Then you can turn on the unit for full enjoyment! Before installing any wine cooler, you should always consult with your model’s instruction manual.

      What Is The Difference Between Built In vs Integrated?

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      Built-in and integrated wine coolers are very similar, in that they are all designed to be installed into cabinetry or a countertop, unlike freestanding units. Built-in wine coolers are designed to be installed into a pre-existing space in cabinetry or under a countertop. They are designed to blend in with the surrounding cabinetry. An integrated wine cooler is similar to built-in wine coolers, but they are designed to be even more seamlessly integrated into the surrounding cabinetry. They may have a slightly shallower depth too.

      Can I Cover the Front Vent at the Bottom?

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      No. It is extremely important that the grill is left completely free of obstruction. This is because the grille is where cool air is drawn in and heat is dissipated. If blocked, the cabinet will not be able to adequately cool down and will, therefore, become susceptible to overheating.

      Are Built In Wine Fridge Doors Reversible?

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      Not every built in wine cooler will feature a reversible door, but the majority will. Reversible doors can be hinged from either side of the wine cooler, meaning they are guaranteed to seamlessly fit the design and layout of your kitchen. 

      philip thompson Author: Philip Thompson
      Philip is the General Manager at Expert Wine Storage, and is very knowledgable about all things relating to wine and wine storage, including wine fridges. He is regularly featured in media outlets sharing his knowledge on wine. Connect on Linkedin