June 23, 2022

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Best wine refrigerators for your home

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If you’re a wine enthusiast, investing in a new wine refrigerator can really enhance your enjoyment. Wine fridges keep your favorite whites and reds at a consistent temperature and humidity to best preserve them.

Whether you want to store just a few bottles of wine or a large wine collection, the following top-rated wine refrigerators will make a great addition to your home.


Top products in this article:

Nutrichef freestanding countertop wine cooler, $260 and up

EuroCave Premiere S wine cellar, $2,295 and up

LG Signature 65-bottle wine cellar refrigerator, $6,299 (reduced from $6,999)


We found great wine refrigerators that are a perfect fit for any kitchen space and budget. There are small wine refrigerators and countertop wine refrigerator models designed for tight kitchens. There are larger wine fridges too, with more features — think units with dividers and multiple temperature zones for storing a full wine and champagne collection. Some even offer a separate compartment for food or soda-can storage.

Here are some top-rated wine refrigerators from well-known brands such as LG, KitchenAid, Samsung, EuroCave and more. 


Ivation 12-bottle compressor wine refrigerator

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Ivation


On a budget? This easy-to-operate, single zone, stand-alone wine refrigerator (9.92″ x 17.72″ x 31.18″) holds up to 12 bottles. UV-resistant double-paned glass doors offer protection and insulation, keeping wine bottles cooled to 41- to 64-degree temperatures. 

Ivation 12 bottle compressor wine refrigerator, $270


Nutrichef freestanding countertop wine cooler

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Nutrichef


Nutrichef offers various size and color configurations of freestanding wine refrigerators. Choose from 12-, 18- and 24-bottle sizes, and stainless steel or black finishes. Larger refrigerators offer a dual-zone option.

No matter the size, each Nutrichef wine refrigerator offers a digital touch display for precise temperature control. The fridge cools quickly without making too much noise. 

Nutrichef freestanding countertop wine cooler, $260 and up


Samsung 51-bottle stainless steel wine cooler

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Samsung


This stainless steel wine cooler from Samsung stores up to 51 bottles across five shelves and offers dual zones. The smaller refrigerator, measuring 26″ x 23.8″ x 34″, houses bottles in smooth, gliding shelves. The fridge also features interior LED lighting.

Samsung 51-bottle stainless steel wine cooler, $1,099 (reduced from $1,599)


Lanbo 33-bottle and 70-can wine and beverage refrigerator

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A great choice for families who drink more than just wine, the Lanbo wine and beverage refrigerator features dual zone cooling: One side of this fridge holds up to 33 bottles of wine, while the other holds up to 70 cans. It can be locked, too, to keep alcoholic drinks out of kids’ hands.

It’s currently on sale at Wayfair for more than $500 off.

Lanbo 33-bottle and 70-can wine and beverage refrigerator, $991 (reduced from $1,493)


KitchenAid 46-bottle dual-zone under counter wine cellar

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Best Buy


This dual-zone locking refrigerator from KitchenAid, measuring at 26.4 inches by 23.9 inches by 34.3 inches, keeps your bottles of vino at the right temperature while making an interior design statement.

If black or stainless steel door panels don’t work with your aesthetic, you can customize door panels to match your cabinets. Price varies by configuration.

KitchenAid 46-bottle dual-zone under counter wine cellar, $2,565


EuroCave 74-bottle Premiere S wine cellar

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EuroCave


While it’s a hefty investment, the 74-bottle EuroCave Premiere S wine cellar offers collectors a lot of value. Slightly larger than the KitchenAid model at 27″ x 27″ x 38″, this energy-efficient appliance features a detachable lighting system, an integrated handle and a locking system. It’s quiet too, with a 38 dBA decibel rating.

EuroCave Premiere S wine cellar, $2,295 and up


LG Signature 65-bottle wine cellar refrigerator 

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LG


Serious wine connoisseurs will appreciate this 65-bottle wine cellar that’s inspired by traditional wine caves. Similar in height to a traditional refrigerator (29″ x 28″ x 71″), the Wi-Fi-enabled LG appliance features three temperature zones and five adjustable, sliding wine shelves. There’s a convertible drawer that can store food, too.

Another cool feature: This smart wine refrigerator can be opened by voice command.

LG Signature 65-bottle wine cellar refrigerator, $6,299 (reduced from $6,999)


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