The Sliding Door Armoire is the newest addition to our best-selling Mesa Wine Furniture Collection. Handcrafted from rustic, reclaimed wood, the Mesa Armoire is our first furniture piece to house a full size wine cellar. Our Classic 166 bottle capacity cellar fits perfectly behind a barn style sliding door. Alternate side of the armoire features a hanging stemware rack and solid wood shelving for displaying and storing bottles, barware and more. See the complete collection including the Mesa Credenza and the Mesa Cabinet online.
Additional interior configuration option available: includes 4 shelves and 4 wine bottle racks (in place of 166 bottle cellar) with a total bottle count of 96 bottles.
Wine Enthusiast Classic 166 Wine Cellar Info:
Whether you're looking for a starter cellar or really dependable storage, our Basic Blacks are the economical solution. These no-frills, single-zone, free-standing cabinets are highly effective, protecting your investments with top-quality wine storing technology. To have on hand in the pantry or basement, they feature black cabinets and interiors, clear glass doors, LED lighting, exterior digital touchscreen controls and quiet energy efficient performance at a great price. ETL approved.
Quick and effective cooling
Black cabinet and interior / clear glass door
Exterior digital touchscreen with LED display
Quiet energy efficient design / ETL approved
Holds up to 166 standard-size bottles
Size: 23.5" width x 27.5" depth x 68.5" height
Temperature Range: 41° F to 64° F
Lock not included
*Crafted from reclaimed wood. No two units are exactly the same. Wood may have some small imperfections or holes from original nails.
** Important Note: When installing the Classic 166 into your Mesa Armoire, you will need to remove the back panel section behind the wine cellar for proper ventilation. This process simply requires removing several screws from the back of the furniture. Please note that you will only need to remove the section behind the wine refrigerator and not the entire back panel.