Integrated Wine Coolers

Integrated wine fridges are similar to built in wine coolers however integrated models are designed to slot in perfectly into cabinetry without any ventilation required via the front of the unit - creating a seamless look. In comparison to a built in wine cooler, integrated wine coolers can be installed completely flush within your cabinetry. We offer fully integrated products plus models which fit in 455mm, 600mm, 900mm, 1250mm and 1780mm apertures.

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Integrated Wine Fridges


Our integrated wine cooler specialist is Dunavox, with Europe's largest collection of wine coolers they have managed to cater for almost every available cabinet space.

They are a leading supplier of wine coolers across Europe and are dedicated to wine storage. Most of their products are also available in white as opposed to just stainless steel and black, please contact us directly if you wish to enquire about this.

Integrated wine coolers have to be installed correctly, according to the manufacturer's instructions as the fan is located to the rear of the unit so a channel of cool air needs to be incorporated into the design or existing layout.


Wine coolers for integrated use

Integrated wine coolers are a superb way to add storage space in any kitchen whilst creating a very high-end look. This type of wine cooler is not designed to sit on the floor, but will slide in neatly in between kitchen cabinets usually next to integrated microwaves, ovens and coffee machines.

Integrated wine fridges offer a fantastic option for wine storage in any kitchen, they can be a real centrepiece to any kitchen design. An integrated device 

Integrated wine coolers look great and are a real focal point of any kitchen as most will feature seamless stainless-steel glass doors or a full tinted glass door and interior lighting, integrated wine coolers also serve a purpose in that they will store wines properly and ensure that the correct temperature, humidity and air quality are controlled even in an integrated appliance.

Our range of luxury integrated wine coolers are quiet, reliable and manufactured to the highest quality.  You will find premium integrated wine coolers from specialist wine cooler companies such as Dunavox, Liebherr and Miele who provide integrated wine coolers of standard sizes such as: 455mm, 595mm, 885mm, 1234mm and 1788mm in height.

The reason we stock these products is because we are confident in the quality of these wine coolers, there are lots of other wine cooler brands available on the market but from our experience these units are noisy, unreliable and not supported by good aftersales service, which is why we have hand picked our wine cooler suppliers.


Do I need an integrated wine cooler?

An integrated wine cooler will free up space in your fridge whilst adding another element to your kitchen.  The shelves can be easily removed to cater for other drinks and beverages if its not just wine you would like to store in this.

Kitchen designs look great with integrated appliances, so if you are considering purchasing a new wine cooler as part of a kitchen then an integrated wine cooler will offer up a different style to the standard undercounter wine cooler, they are a little quieter than under counter units as well.

When picking your appliances, they can all be matching in colour throughout the whole kitchen which creates a seamless and high-end look, our manufacturers such as Dometic, Caso and Pevino have units featuring Push2Open technology so if you are interested in handleless kitchens, your appliances will match undoubtedly.


Installation of an integrated wine cooler

Integrated wine coolers require professional installation as they ventilate differently unlike a built in wine cooler.

To ensure this type of wine cooler has enough ventilation, there must be a vent or small duct incorporated into the plinth to allow cool air to enter the cabinets behind the wine cooler.

There must also be enough ventilation space at the rear of the wine cooler to allow for a clear passage way for cool air to enter and warm air to escape. Lastly, a duct or cut out of around 3-4cm in depth of space must be available at the top of the kitchen cabinet, again, to allow for the warm air to escape.

If an integrated wine cooler is not installed in this way, it will allow warm air to congregate at the back of the wine cooler which will gradually increase the ambient temperature.

There are many different integrated wine cooler available today, the lower end brands will be far more susceptible to changes in ambient temperature and in most cases if the increased temperature is sustained the components inside the wine cooler will not be able to tolerate it and will simply burn out.

Therefore, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions, otherwise you may void the warranty and restrict the wine coolers cooling performance.


Which integrated wine coolers to do offer?

Expert Wine Storage has a wide range of integrated wine fridges available, also we only stock quality brands so you can be assured of a high quality product.

We offer brands such as Liebherr, Swisscave and Pevino, all are brands which manufacture excellent integrate wine coolers. If you need any further help, we'll be happy to assist with any questions you have, just get in touch - contact us.