How do you measure the quality of a wine? Obviously it's taste and flavor of the liqueur. Taste and flavor can be increased outstandingly by storing and aging liquor in a fresh and ideal storing place. Maintaining ideal maturity with aging that makes the taste and flavor superior, is not that easy. It needs special attention and care to do so. Wine lovers know it and they use different cooling cabinets to maintain right temperature and humidity to their preserved wine collection.
Cuisinart CWC-600 Private Reserve 6-Bottle Stainless-Steel Counter top Wine Cellar is such an wine storage device. Specially to those who want to keep their wine storage small, very private and special.
Measuring 21.5 x 11 x 16 inches and weighing 28.5 pounds when shipping, Cuisinart Wine Cellar like any other wine coolers, comes with temperature control panel. Glass covered front door of stain less steel body of Cuisinart Wine Cellar is shielded from entering Ultra Violate rays from natural light, which prevents forming mold to the storing wines by natural light.
Unlike refrigerators which use compressor, Cuisinart Wine Cellar uses thermoelectric cooling system, which is propositionally continuous. What that means is that its cooling fan will be off and on automatically depending outside and inside temperature. This system always electronically moving heat from the inside of the unit to a heat sink on the outside. The amount of heat moved depends on the interior temperature, the exterior temperature, and a voltage setting (you set the voltage when you select the temperature on the control panel). Unlike refrigeration this system consumes much less power.
It could be little bit noisy when the cooling fan is on but if you want to trade it for much lower electricity bill, then Cuisinart Wine Cellar will be your right choice. You can also deal with that occasional fan noise by placing the unit to already noisy area like kitchen or any remote part of your house.