In our house the fridge is often overrun by drinks – milk, juice, soda, water, etc. So much so that there is limited upper shelf space for food – let alone wine. Thus the perfect solution for us is a wine cooler AKA our drink fridge. (Wine lovers, don’t judge!) The New Air wine cooler is perfect to hold other beverages since it has both grooved shelves for bottles and flat shelves to hold other things. Currently, our wine cooler is being inhabited by wine, champagne, Starbucks frappuccinos, juice boxes and bottles of water.
NewAir’s AWC-270E freestanding wine cooler holds up to 27 standard wine bottles at once and creates the optimal environment for your favorite vintages. This unit has a compressor-powered system, which allows it to quickly and effectively chill wine down to 39° F. For accurate temperature control, the AWC-270E has an electronic touchscreen with digital readout. The modern black cabinet with stainless steel accented doors also complement most decors, making this wine cooler a welcome addition to any home.
Why I Love It – We used to have a counter-top wine cooler (that died after several years of tireless service), and while it was great, counter space is at a premium in our house. Dedicating that much space on our counter to a wine cooler was tough. (Frankly, I was only a little sad when it died.) So I LOVE having a freestanding wine cooler. Another great feature for families is the lock on the door. Since our cooler lives in the kitchen, the lock may come in handy as S gets to the stage where she wants to open everything. And I have to mention the light. There is soft blue light to back light the bottles that is just plain pretty. (Mama likes things to be pretty and functional! Yes, there’s an off switch on the light as well.)
Great Gift For – This would be a great gift for a wine lover (obviously), but it is also great for a family like mine that just needs a little extra space to chill wine and other beverages.
Disclosure – Product was provided to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.