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How to Find the Best EuroCave Wine Cooler for You
You want a EuroCave wine cooler. We want to help you find one — based on the features that you value the most.
Welcome to Compare EuroCaves, where you can quickly (very quickly!) filter and narrow your selections to a handful of EuroCave wine coolers.
EuroCave Wine Coolers
EuroCave wine coolers are some of the finest in the world. Founded in 1976, EuroCave prides itself in setting the standard for wine coolers, combining innovative technology with beautiful design. And the world agrees.
Finding the Best Wine Cooler
EuroCave offers several Collections, each containing many different wine cooler models. Navigating through the details of each wine cooler to find the right one for you can be overwhelming. That’s why we are here to help you. We researched each Collection and every wine cooler, focusing on the attributes key to buyers like you.
There are many features to consider when looking for a wine cooler. You can get a detailed explanation of the 20+ different features that we review for every wine cooler on the Features page.
The three most common features people look for are: (1) the number of bottles that can be stored, (2) the number of temperature zones, and (3) where the wine cooler can be used. Once these are decided upon, there is a whole host of other details that will allow you to select one machine over another. For the other features, see our Features page.
Number of Bottles
The number of bottles that can be stored range from two to more than 350. To make it easier for you, we divided this wide range into smaller segments:
- 1 to 9
- 10 to 19
- 20 to 29
- 30 to 39
- 40 to 49
- 50 to 99
- 100 to 149
- 150 to 199
- 200 to 299
- 300 to 399
- 400 to 499
Certain wine types are best stored at different temperatures. Most machines come with either a single or a dual zone. A single zone means all of your wine is stored at one temperature, which is adjustable. If you only drink one type of wine, such as Cabernet, Chardonnay, Merlot, or Pinot, then a single zone is perfect.
Dual zones have two different cooling mechanisms, physically separated from each other in one wine case. This allows you to store two different types of wine, usually white wines at one temperature and red wines at another. However, they can also be used to store two wines of the same “color” at two different temperatures, such as Champagne and Sauvignon Blanc or Tempranillo and Grenache.
In addition, some wine coolers have even more zones. A quad zone is a popular example. Typically, when the number of zones is more than two, it is because the manufacturer combined two dual zone wine coolers into a single frame. Thus two dual zones become a quad zone.
There are tri-zones, quad-zones, 6 zones, and “multi-temperature” zone coolers.
Wine Cooler Location and Physical Features
Another important consideration is where you will use the wine cooler, such as built-in, on the countertop, under the counter, in the living room, in the basement, etc. If placing your wine cooler on a counter in the kitchen, then the height between the counter and the cabinets is important. If it is going to be built into a counter, then the size and how it is ventilated are important. If displaying it in the living room, dining room, or elsewhere, then you may want a specific color, wood shelves, or some other style feature that fits your decor may be needed.
Found: the Best EuroCave Wine Cooler
We are firm believers in comparing products before you buy. To find the best Eurocave wine cooler based on the features you value the most, go to the EuroCaves page and simply filter for the features you want. This will quickly filter all of the models to allow you to compare wine coolers easily. Then click any of the models to learn more.
On each product page, you will find more information and details about each wine cooler.
So go ahead, find your EuroCave wine cooler.