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FE3100BT S-S Three Door Bench Freezer 386LExcluding GST
FE3100TFSP Three Door Bench Fridge With Splashback 386LExcluding GST
FE3100TN S-S Three Door Bench Fridge 386LExcluding GST
FE4100TFSP Four Door Bench Fridge with Splashback 511LExcluding GST
FE4100TN S-S Four Door Bench Fridge 511LExcluding GST
FPA2000TN Three Door Marble Top Bench Fridge 614LExcluding GST
FPA2500TN Four Door Marble Top Bench Fridge 814LExcluding GST
F.E.D WC-155B Dual Zone Medium Premium Wine CoolerExcluding GST
F.E.D WC-166A Single Zone Large Premium Wine CoolerExcluding GST
F.E.D WC-51A Single Zone Medium Premium Wine CoolerExcluding GST
Wine Fridges Typically, white wines should be stored in the temperature range of 46°F to 56°F and red wines will be stored between 58°F to 68°F. The best way to accommodate both wines within the same unit is to purchase a dual zone wine cooler.
The ideal temperature should be somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, just shy of room temperature. Now, red wines should be stored around 55 degrees, if you can manage it.
- Ideal storage temperatures: Red Wine: 12˚C > 19˚C, White Wine: 8˚C > 12˚C, Champagne: 5˚C – 8˚C.
- Purpose built wine rooms and wine refrigerators provide the best conditions to store wine.
- Wine is best stored in a dark room, vibration free and humidity under 70%.
Wine should be stored at the correct temperature to ensure a wine’s flavour and balance remains. You don’t want a wine to age prematurely or be ruined by its storage conditions so it is very important to know what the optimal wine storage temperatures and conditions are for your bottles of wine.
Wines are most often damaged by extreme fluctuations in temperature.
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