The best option is to go with a wine cooler or wine refrigerator when it comes to storing your wines. You could select between freestanding ones or an under counter wine cooler. However, the important feature that it must offer is the quality of course. Wine Coolers are the best option if you wish to help improving the wine flavor while also improving its lifespan.
There are few different wine coolers available in the market. They depend just the same as the different wine types. That is the reason why it is essential for you to have knowledge about its differences in order for you to make a knowledgeable decision.
Built-In Wine Coolers or Freestanding Refrigerators
This type of cooler allows you to place it anywhere you want except in a space that is enclosed, like a cabinet. These are not similar to under counter wine coolers since these typically exhaust heat from behind. That is why you must not place it in a tight space for it may cause them to overheat. Also, this type of cooler is designed entirely in each angle to make sure they look good and stylish even if they are placed anywhere.
The best you could do to avoid overheating if you must place them in a tight space is to leave an open space around 4-inches in the back and both sides.
Single and Dual Zone Wine Coolers
Single zone wine coolers are just small standard fridge. They only have one zone of temperature that could be controlled by one thermostat.
On the other hand, dual zone wine coolers have 2 separate zones of temperature. These zones have 2 different thermostats. This wine cooler is great for people who have different wines that require different temperature when storing.
A single zone wine cooler is good enough if you only have 1 wine type.