Features of a Good Wine Cooler
The features of a good wine cooler will start with a high-quality build and a pleasing design. It should have a decent capacity as well (at least twenty bottles and ideally more). You will be looking for thermoelectric cooling in a good wine cooler.
With a thermoelectric system, your wine collection will be kept at the appropriate temperature. It will also be stored at the correct humidity level too (an important feature that can be easily overlooked). A good wine cooler will also run with a vibration-free cooling system to ensure that the wine is not disturbed and spoilt by the cooling process.
So the cooling system should have no moving parts so that you get a silent and safe cooling system for your treasured collection of wines.
As well as great functionality, a good wine cooler will also look great. Although not an essential feature, it is important to show off your collection as well as possible.
You will want it to be an excellent aesthetic visual addition to your kitchen or bar room. A good wine cooler will fit all sorts of wine bottles from the traditional to the very unusual. You will want your wine cooler to hold Champagne bottles, sparkling wine bottles, sports bottles, Chianti bottles, and any others that may be longer than the average.