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    Integrated Wine Coolers

    Integrated wine fridges are similar to built in wine coolers, however integrated models are designed to fit perfectly in kitchen cabinetry without ventilation via the frontCompared to a built in wine cooler, integrated wine coolers can be installed flush, like an integrated oven. Choose "fully integrated" in the filter for models that can be fitted with yourcabinetry doors. Models are designed for 590mm - 600mm wide cabinets and are available in a range of heights / bottle capacities.

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    About Integrated Wine Fridges & Coolers 

    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 as stainless steel wine fridges or black wine coolers, 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.

    Features of Integrated Wine Fridges

    Most will feature seamless stainless steel glass doors or a fully tinted glass door, as well as interior lighting. Integrated wine coolers also serve a purpose in that they will store wines properly in a horizontal position and ensure that the correct temperature, humidity, and air quality are controlled even in an integrated appliance.

    Our range of luxury integrated wine coolers is 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. Our large capacity fridges go up to 1788mm in height, which represents up to 114 wine bottles stored. These would be installed into your wood kitchen cabinets, likely in a single section.

    Types of Integrated Wine Fridges We Stock

    Several models, like the Dunavox DAVG-25.63DB.TO, have a digital display panel with LED lighting, allowing you to monitor and adjust the temperature in your fridge easily. All the glass doors on these fridges are UV protected, to ensure your wine isn't damaged by ambient sunlight. If you're concerned about the energy rating, then we have the performance details of each fridge on the product page.

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

    Ideal for storing all types of wine, whether you prefer sparkling, sweet, or dry.

    Integrated Wine Fridge Installation

    Integrated wine coolers require professional installation as they ventilate differently from a built in wine cooler or a freestanding wine fridge.

    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 passageway for cool air to enter, and warm air to escape. 

    Lastly, a duct or cut out of around 3-4cm in depth 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 coolers available today, and 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.

    Best Integrated 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:

    Dunavox DAVG-32.80DB.TO - Dual Zone - Integrated Wine Fridge 

    The Dunavox DAVG-32.80DB.TO wine cooler is the perfect choice for your high end kitchen. With its 32 bottle capacity, dual temperature zone and precise temperature control, you can be sure that every drop of wine is served at the optimal temperature. Push2Open technology makes it easy to open the door with just a push on the top left corner, and the cabinet closes itself automatically after 7 seconds. It also features white, orange and blue internal LED lighting, a blue digital temperature display and a full reversible glass door. Plus, it's designed to be installed in a column with an aperture of 715mm, making it a truly luxurious integrated wine cooler.

    Dunavox DAVG-49.116DOP.TO - Dual Zone - Fully Integrated Wine Cooler 

    The Dunavox DAVG-49.116DB.TO is the ideal integrated wine cooler for any luxury kitchen. With a 49 bottle capacity and dual temperature zone, it can store and serve your wine collection at the optimal temperature. It features Push2Open technology, so you just need to push the top left corner to open the door, which automatically closes after 7 seconds. Furthermore, it has precise temperature controls and white, orange and blue internal LED lighting. Plus, it comes with a blue digital temperature display and a full reversible glass door that allows you to attach your own kitchen cabinet door for a seamless look. 

    We offer brands such as Liebherr, Swisscave, and Pevino.

    Get In Touch With Our Integrated Wine Fridge Experts

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

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    Integrated Wine Fridge FAQs

    What is an Integrated Wine Cooler?



    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 between kitchen cabinets, like an integrated microwave, oven or coffee machine. Integrated wine fridges offer a fantastic option for wine storage in any kitchen, and can be a real centrepiece of any kitchen design.  

    What's the Difference Between Integrated vs Fully Integrated?



    The main difference between integrated and fully integrated wine coolers, is that fully integrated models can have a kitchen cabinet door installed on the front of them, so they look like they're part of the existing kitchen. Normal integrated versions will fit in without an obvious gap, but won't have cabinetry attached to the outside of the door.

    Do Integrated Wine Fridges Need Ventilation?



    Yes, integrated wine fridges require ventilation. There must be a vent 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 cool air to enter and warm air to escape.  Lastly, a channel of around 5cm in depth must be present at the top of the kitchen cabinet to allow warm air to escape. If an integrated wine cooler is not installed in this way, it will allow warm air to collect at the back of the wine cooler which can cause damage to the unit.

    Why Choose an Integrated Wine Cooler?



    An integrated wine cooler frees space in your regular fridge whilst adding another statement element to your kitchen. The horizontal shelves can be removed to cater for other drinks. Dual zone wine fridges have multiple temperature zones - which is ideal if you want to store white wine and red wine for example. Kitchens look great with integrated appliances which offer a different look to the standard under counter wine cooler.

    How Does a Handleless Wine Cooler Open?



    Our Integrated, handleless wine fridges (also known as push to open) open when you push them slightly on the left side of the door. This activates the handleless mechanism and the door will gentle 'pop open'. When you need to close the door, you simple push it closed and you will feel a tangible click which indicates the door is properly shut.

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    We get lots of questions about the ins and outs of integrated wine fridges, especially when it comes to dimensions. So we put together a full guide to help you - Read Full Guide Here

    Where Can an Integrated Wine Cooler Be Installed?



    Integrated wine coolers are fantastic pieces of kit, one of their key benefits is their ability to be installed almost anywhere. Its important to make sure the integrated wine fridge gets enough ventilation. We put together a more comprehensive guide on where you can install them - Read Full Guide Here