Top 5 Best Wine Fridges Under $300 for 2017
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Top 5 Best Wine Fridges Under $300 for 2017

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Having the proper storage space for your wine can make the difference between enjoying a delicious pre-dinner drink and one that makes your lips pucker. Some wine coolers dip to lower temperatures, while others have more storage space. The type of wine you drink and the features you prefer, such as a highly visible display or draws that easily slide in and out, can help narrow down the possible options.

You don’t have to be a wine connoisseur to want a convenient storage space for your best bottles. As this list shows, wine coolers can also be quite affordable. There are several reliable models under $300, many of which are designed to fit quite nicely in tighter spaces. Whether you want a unit with a large glass door or dual temperature settings, there are plenty of well-rounded choices on the market.


1. NewAir 18 Bottle Wine Cooler

 

Between its good looks and affordable price tag, it’s no wonder why this NewAir unit is so popular among consumers. This wine refrigerator also distances itself from competitors with many unique features, such as quiet yet effective thermoelectric cooling technology and vibration-free wine storage. It’s easier than ever to select your favorite wines thanks to the removable chrome wine racks that effortlessly slides out. A convenient temperature display keeps your favorite wines at an accurate temperature.

If you’re looking for a larger size, consider the NewAir AWR-460DB with room for 46 bottles. For a unit that doesn’t command much space, consider the NewAir AWR-290DB Compact 29 Bottle Compressor Wine Cooler.

Price: $165.52 (6 percent off MSRP)

Buy the NewAir 18 Bottle Wine Cooler here.



Pros:

  • Easily visible temperature display
  • Quiet, efficient thermoelectric technology
  • Wine racks slide out

Cons:

  • A bit pricey
  • Temperature rises slightly when door is opened
  • Some users think it’s a tad loud

Find more NewAir 18 Bottle Wine Cooler information and reviews here.



2. Igloo 12 Bottle Wine Cooler

 

If you need a wine cooler but don’t have a lot of space, consider the Igloo 12 Bottle Wine Cooler. You can fit up to 12 bottles at a time inside this appliance, which also has adjustable temperature controls so that you can keep your favorite wine at the ideal temperature. A white interior light brightens up the inside. Other features include adjustable height and a double layer glass door design for enhanced insulation and temperature control.

If you’re looking for an even smaller size, consider the 6 bottle wine cooler.

Price: $105.75

Buy the Igloo 12 Bottle Wine Cooler here.



Pros:

  • Stores up to 12 bottles
  • White interior light
  • Height adjustable

Cons:

  • Some wish it could reach colder temperatures
  • Bottom row is a bit tight
  • Can take awhile to cool down to the desired temperature

Find more Igloo 12 Bottle Wine Cooler information and reviews here.



3. Koldfront 24 Bottle Wine Cooler

Koldfront 24 Bottle Free Standing Dual Zone Wine Cooler, wine cooler, wine fridge, wine refrigerator

Free-standing installation makes this Koldfront a top choice for anyone with space restrictions, as well as those who simply prefer the freedom of having a unit that stands on its own. Thermoelectric cooling keeps your favorite wines chilled to a precise temperature, while dual zone cooling means more storage temperature flexibility for reds and whites. It’s easy to see the bright LCD temperature display on the unit’s control panel.

Price: $259.99

Buy the Koldfront 24 Bottle Wine Cooler here.



Pros:

  • Free-standing installation
  • Dual zone cooling
  • LCD temperature display

Cons:

  • Top unit is a bit tight
  • Difficult to store larger bottles
  • Capacity based on bottle size

Find more Koldfront 24 Bottle Wine Cooler information and reviews here.



4. Whynter 28 Bottle Wine Cooler

 

This larger wine cooler has storage space for up to 28 bottles while ensuring you stay well within your budget. If you don’t need so much space, consider the smaller 16 bottle version. An adjustable thermostat from 52 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit enables you to store a variety of wines. The temperature displays readings in Celsius and Fahrenheit for added convenience. A blue light LCD display makes it easier to read temperatures even in lower light settings.

Price: $185.39

Buy the Whynter 28 Bottle Wine Cooler here.



Pros:

  • 18 bottle storage
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Blue LCD display

Cons:

  • A bit loud
  • Some find the blue light a bit too bright
  • Can be tough to fully close door with larger bottles

Find more Whynter 28 Bottle Wine Cooler information and reviews here.



5. Culinair 16 Bottle Wine Cooler

Culinair AW162S Thermoelectric 16-Bottle Wine Cooler, wine cooler, wine fridge, wine refrigerator

You can easily show off your prized wine collection thanks to this wine cooler’s large glass door. This Culinair model offers a well-rounded mix of features, including a 16 bottle storage capacity along with and adjustable temperature controller, which lets you pick the most suitable storage temperatures for your wine. Vibrations are minimized with the unit’s adjustable feet for leveling. Modern thermoelectric technology keeps internal temperatures at precise levels.

Price: $93.48 (7 percent off MSRP)

Buy the Culinair 16 Bottle Wine Cooler here.



Pros:

  • 16 bottle storage
  • Adjustable temperature controller
  • Large glass door displays bottles

Cons:

  • Lacks interior lighting
  • Lowest temperature could be colder
  • Racks sag slightly when full

Find more Culinair 16 Bottle Wine Cooler information and reviews here.

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Anu Tan

Can I pls know about Valenti brand. As I have 50$ coupon
How is the compressor

Beer Cooler

(The exterior will be rapidly browned afterward, if desired.) Precise
warmth control signifies that ­medium-rare is strictly that.

winecoolery

I have Avanti 12 Bottle Thermoelectric Counter Wine Cooler . After doing ALOT of research on wine coolers in all price ranges, I finally chose this one because of the ability to store opened wines upright. This was one of the few in all price ranges that had this feature and its a GREAT feature, and its eye appealing. I have had the cooler for a week now. I drink mostly white, some red wines, and I buy a variety of wines, mostly from grocery stores and some wine places, so the bottles are always different and different sizes. I have 12 different bottles of wine in there right now and they all fit just fine. Obviously you can’t get a supersized bottle of wine in there. As for the sound everyone complains about, it is not bad, I have it in my kitchen and when it runs (it doesn’t run all the time) I can hear it, but its not any different than the fridge running. I guess keep that in mind if you want it in your living room. The only downfall is the display light, it looks GREAT when its on, but it has a default shut off after 10 minutes. It would be nice if it could stay on longer than that, and its not something you can adjust. The convexity of the front glass and the digital read is very classy and I absolutely love this unit! I keep mine at 50* for my white wines, and it works great. I put this unit underneath a counter, but you have to make sure you have ample room on each side and above for it to vent. It does put out some heat when it runs. I have 4-5 inches on each side, including in the back. I would not recommend for a tightly enclosed space.

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