The wine cellar provides a convenient safe haven for your favorite vintages, with oak racks, two temperature zones and UV protection. And the triple-paned glass door guarantees maximum protection from UV light rays. Pair with any Hestan refrigerator or freezer for the ultimate culinary cold storage system.
- Triple-paned bronzed glass ensures maximum UV protection and temperature retention.
- Two temperature zones optimize storage for different types of wine with independent temperature zones.
- Soft-close oak wine racks reduce vibrations to protect wine.
- EvenFlow Air Circulating Technology consists of independent ventilation for each compartment, providing uniform and precise temperature control, and ensuring better wine preservation.
- EvenFlow Air Circulating Technology creates an air curtain to prevent cold air from escaping when the door opens.
- Deeper capacity within a standard depth is achieved by a side-mounted evaporator, which leaves greater interior space.
- Heavy-duty stainless steel interior liner.
- Marquise Accented door handle with commercial-grade end caps provides industry-exclusive durability and style.
- Robust hinges open heavy-duty doors easily and smoothly thanks to exclusive design.
- Available in custom overlay options to create seamless kitchen style.
- Optional wine display rack allows you to showcase your special wine bottles at two different angles. *Hestan Commercial Corporation reserves the right to change materials and specifications without notice.
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