EuroCave Pure L Wine Cellar
- NEW from EuroCave... The Pure Wine Cellar
- Energy Efficiency (55% More Efficient Than Older Models)
- Improved Shelf Spacing Allows ALL 750 ML Bottles to Fit Comfortably
- Sophisticated Temperature and Humidity Controls, Including Hygrometer & Alarm System
Item # 268 28 01 5X
Depending on your collection an additional 3 MDS rolling shelves could be added for a total of 14. However if your collection includes a large percentage of bigger 750 ML bottles, the unit may only hold 13 shelves.
Yes, the unit comes with 1 charcoal filter. We sell additional filters individually and as a four pack.
will change the capacity. I would estimate a minimum 20 % reduction with all pinot bottles.
- Overall look amazing
- Quality seems good
- very quiet unit
- the shelves are nice
- does not maintain a humidity level and has struggled to get above 40-50%
- the temperature does fluctuate daily by 1-3% degrees
This is supposed to be a long term storage unit but if the humidity level does not stay constant around 55-60% will be tough.
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over 2 years ago
My main problems are with capacity and the shelves, which seem to have been designed from the same mindset that makes airline seating so miserable. The shelve width (and thus the max capacity) is designed for Bordeaux bottles. But if you're a normal wine collector you've probably got some stuff in Burgundy bottles, some Champagne/sparkling, and probably some California Cab bottles -- all of which are a tad wider/thicker. This results in you playing a game of Tetris trying to reach anything close to the advertised capacity.
If they had made the unit even 1" wider you'd have a vastly easier time fitting in broad shouldered Cali Cab bottles. Longer bottles, such as Rieslings, hit each other unless you stagger them more widely too.
Unfortunately, even if you manage to fit them in horizontally, they may not clear vertically and you could wind up with labels getting scraped off, unless you rearrange the shelves to spread them farther apart, which leaves too much extra space and you lose more capacity. Vertically, you need about 2 or 3mm of space, but your only choice is to go to the next set of holes which is about an inch.
I love my unit, but I'd love it more if they'd put just a bit more thought into it.
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