The choice of wine cooler is dependent on particular factors. Depending on the use you can choose between different wine coolers with single or double temperatures You have to consider what will be the main aim for your wine collection- to use for the preservation or instead for the aging of wine. According to the environment in which it will be placed it is possible to choose between a wide range of models made ​​of different materials and in different colors.  

1° Position of the Wine cooler
Many coolers are freestanding and can be installed in a variety of places. Other models are designed to be built in- often ideally installed in the kitchen. The cooler should be positioned far enough away from heat sources to ensure that the do not damage the wine.
Consult the guide to Temperature

2° The Temperature of the Wine
The cooler allows for the conservation of wine at the optimal temperature. The key factor for the proper conservation of wine is a constant internal cooler temperature. Below are the temperatures understood to be optimal for conserving your wines:

Champagne, Spumanti and Prosecco  between 5° and gli 8°
White Wine between 7 ° and 12° C
Rosè   between6° and 8° C
Young Red Wine  between 10° and 12° C
Mature Red Wine  between 14° and 18°C

3° Conserving Wines
For perfect aging there are a few necessary physical conditions, for example repetitive movement and minor vibrations to ensure that the sediment is not disturbed and degrading the wine. The cooler must always be placed on a solid surface horizontally.

4° Protecting your Wine from Light
Bottles need to be protected from light. UV rays have an oxidizing effect and can be very damaging to the wine. It is fundamental that the cooler is place out of direct light.

5° Storing the Bottles
The bottles must be place lying down in a manner that ensures the cork is constantly soaked in wine to better preserve the original flavours.

6° Energy Consumption
The wine coolers have a range of options for the drawers- they can be either solid wood or chrome. Energy class B.
Consult our guide to energy consumption