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N'FINITY PRO Double L Wine Cellar


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  • Our new line of N'FINITY Wine Cellars, a hybrid of the most sought-after wine cellar features in one complete unit.
  • Front venting allow for free-standing or built-in.
  • New high-efficiency compressor reduces consumption by 25%.
  • Innovative new shelf design maximizes your capacity while storing bottles of all shapes and sizes
  • L model holds up to 166 bottles per unit
  • Dimensions:69- 3/4" H X 47- 1/2" W X 29- 1/4"D
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Good looking and delivered as promised
Wine Enthusiast staff very helpful during the sale and after and answered my questions accurately. Very good communication by the delivery company and the delivery occurred on the date and at the time as promised. No problems at all in that regard.

We have our units in our laundry room and they cannot be heard anywhere else in our home. If we needed additional storage units, we would consider placing the same units in our dining room as the units are good looking and relatively quiet (you will still hear some compressor noise when in operation)

However, not sure what bottle size is required for these units to hold 166 bottles. We had about 20 cases of wine delivered after the units were installed from five or six Napa wineries, reds and whites. We are only getting 10 bottles on 13 shelves and six on the bottom two shelves for a total of 142. Maybe bottle sizes from other nations/regions use different shapes/size to allow the higher number to be realized.
January 3, 2018
8 months ago