Wine Enthusiast Classic Wine Cellar (92 Bottle)
Item # 269 01 92 03
If you line up the u grooves on the sides of the shelf and pull up the shelf will come out.
If you are still having difficulty you can contact our Technical department @ 1-800-648-6058 (option # 2).
This cellar will cool at a more gradual pace than a refrigerator, therefore creating more suitable humidity levels. However, our Eurocave wine cellars will actually maintain relative humidity naturally. Please give one of our Wine Storage Specialists a call @ 1-800-356-8466 if you have any further questions.
I would say once it gets over 85 degrees you may or may not have a problem. You may want to take a look at our Eurocave Comfort 266 in solid door, which is better suited for your type of situation. Please give one of our wine storage specialists a call to further discuss.
Yes, the glass is protected on this model which is necessary for proper storage. Both short term and long tern. A solid door will have a higher insulation value, but may not be necessary if the cellar is not located in a garage. Please contact one of our Wine Cellar Specialists directly if you have any further questions @ 1-800-356-8466.
Does each shelf pull out by itself?
What is the temperture ranges inside?
This unit is compressor driven. Each shelf can pull out by itself.
Temperature range is 50-66 degrees.
can you describe the shelves? Are they fixed, moveable, adjustable, removable?
What is the temperature range?
How close can it be to the wall?
The shelves can hold both bordeaux and burgandy style bottles. The temperature range is
50 to 66 degrees. The unit should be placed about 2" away from the wall.
Finish is ok, other units look better with a better finish; this is all iron, all black.
Noise: It is as loud as a refrigerator. I was expecting less noise but it is as noise as a refrigerator twice as big. I wish I had room for it in my laundry room, but I have placed it on my dinning.
Overall, it is a good buy for the price. To get rid of the noise you would probably need to invest on a high end product, which costs twice or more.
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