60cm built-in wine climate cabinet with 2 zones

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60cm built-in wine climate cabinet with 2 zones

A Millano wine climate cabinets adds a touch of sophistication to your social gatherings. Store up to 28 bottles in our smallest climate cabinet and serve up pure perfection.

2 temperature zones Space for magnum and champagne bottles Dimmable LED lighting Silent operation Wooden pull-out racks Eco mode

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A Millano wine climate cabinets adds a touch of sophistication to your social gatherings. Store up to 28 bottles in our smallest climate cabinet and serve up pure perfection.

2 temperature zones Space for magnum and champagne bottles Dimmable LED lighting Silent operation Wooden pull-out racks Eco mode

GGAG
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In Italy, before dinner, they set aside some time to enjoy an aperitif and a light snack together with friends. With a Milano wine climate cabinet, you can serve wine at the perfect drinking temperature and make your own aperitivo hour even more special and refined. Two temperature zones The two temperature zones of this climate cabinet can be configured individually. White, red, rosé or sparkling wines: all your bottles are kept at the perfect temperature. Customisable Using the touch panel, you can easily customise your preferences. The intelligence setting adjusts the volume of the wine cabinet to the ambient temperature and the eco mode can be used to conserve energy. The lighting can be dimmed to 3 settings: subtle, neutral and presentation light. This climate cooler is also available in the colour anthracite.

Boretti
Boretti

2 temperature zones

This freestanding cabinet is fitted with two adjustable temperature zones. This allows you to store red, white and sparkling wines with ease.

Boretti
Boretti

Silent operation

With this wine canbinet, you will improve the level of comfort in the kitchen.

Frequently asked questions. Find your answers here.

What do I use a wine climate cabinet for?

Wine climate cabinets are used to store wines at the perfect storage and serving temperature. The natural harmonies of the wine are best preserved by keeping the climate (temperature) as constant as possible. The temperatures in climate cabinets can be set according to your preferences.

What is the best temperature for storing wine?

When storing wine for a long time, it is important to minimise temperature fluctuations so that the wine can mature properly. The ideal long-term storage temperature is between 10 °C and 12 °C. The lower zone is suitable for this purpose. The upper zone of this wine cabinet is designed to keep white wines at serving temperature. Crisp white wines are often best enjoyed at around 7 °C and full-bodied white wines around 10 °C. The ideal drinking temperature for red wines is between 15 °C and 18 °C. They are therefore best stored in the lower zone.

Can I adjust the brightness of the lighting of my wine climate cabinet?

The control panel enables the LED lighting to be set to three different levels. Press and hold the light button for 3 seconds until the symbol flashes. You can then adjust the brightness with the +/- button from subtle to very bright.

Can the rotational direction of the door be changed?

Yes, the rotational direction of the door can be changed. You can find the instructions for this in the manual provided and on the Boretti website.

Isn't the energy label G energy-inefficient?

As of 1 March 2021, the new European energy label for electrical appliances was introduced. Until that date, the old label applied. The reform of the energy label has separated appliances into energy classes A to G again. This makes it easier to identify energy-efficient appliances. However, many appliances that previously had the most energy-efficient (A+++) energy label now fall into energy class D or E, creating opportunities for even more energy-efficient appliances in the future. Wine climate cabinets rarely fall into these energy classes; energy label G is the most common for this size of climate cabinet.

How is the capacity (the number of bottles) of a wine climate cabinet measured?

The capacity of wine climate cabinets is not expressed in terms of litres, but in the number of bottles. This is done based on Bordeaux bottles in accordance with EU standards. You may find that you can fit fewer bottles of larger or wider sizes, such as Burgundy or Champagne bottles. Therefore, a wine climate cabinet will always accommodate more Bordeaux bottles than Burgundy bottles.

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