Since all wines – reds, whites and Champagne – cellar at the same temperature (12° - 14°C / 54° - 55°F), a Single Zone cellar is ideal for storing and cellaring for short and long term. Alternatively, a Single Zone cellar can be used to serve wines at optimal drinking temperatures: either 6° - 12° (or 43° - 54°F) for sparkling and whites, or 14° - 18° (57° - 65°F) for reds.
The Dual Zone wine cabinets are ideal for keeping wines - red, white and/ or sparkling - at optimal respective drinking temperatures. Set one compartiment at 6-13°C / 43-56°F for sparkling or white wines, and the other at 15-18°C / 60-64°F for reds. Alternatively, it is also possible to keep one compartiment for cellaring (at 12°C / 54°F) and the other for serving.
The Multi-Temp wine cabinets are designed for serving different styles and varietals at their optimal drinking temperatures. For example, setting the top temperature at 18°C / 64°F and the bottom at 6°C / 43°F generates a temperature gradient throughout the cabinet, allowing storage of different varietals at their optimal drinking temperatures. All Multi-Temp wine cabinets also allow setting of one single temperature for the entire cabinet, ideal for cellaring wines.