Perlick 24-inch ADA-Compliant Wine Reserve features five full-extension shelves that will store 40 bottles of wine and there's even room for five additional bottles under the shelves. In addition, the Wine Reserve features vinyl coated full-extension shelving that prevents shifting and slippage of the stored bottles; and glass doors that protect varietals from ultraviolet light while displaying the contents of the undercounter wine storage cabinets in all their beauty
- Commercial-grade stainless steel interiors
- Interior temperature control and light
- Wine Reserve construction eliminates vibration transfer to reserve
- Powered by a whisper-quiet, commercial-grade compressor with a 700 Btu output
- Full-extension pullout shelving makes finding items and restocking your Wine Reserve easy
- Shelves are removable and adjustable to accommodate oversized (magnum) bottles
- Stainless steel ball bearing glides provide smooth movement of shelves
- Wine Reserve temperature 40 - 65 degrees F
- Designed with fully integrated depth to allow flush fit with surrounding cabinetry
- Zero-clearance hinging allows for abutment with surrounding cabinetry
- Glass doors offer full UV protection
- Optional wood overlay door kit with stand flush with cabinetry
- Convertible door design allows all doors the ability to be converted to wood overlay from stainless steel
- Low E, UV coated glass provides industry leading insulation and protection
- Two-inch thick walls provide superior insulation and minimizes vibrations
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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