Condition: These outlet units have scratches and minor dings or dents. Otherwise they are in working condition. Comes with a full warranty an additional warranty is available for purchase. Returns are not permitted for cosmetic damages. A stylish freestanding addition to any room… Enhances living areas with designer styling adding a reflective smoked-glass door Increases the convenience of temperature control with an exterior digital touchscreen Protects the taste of reds and whites with updated virtually silent cooling technology All for a price that makes enjoying wine affordable! A thermoelectric energy-efficient CFC-free wine cooler. ETL approved. 28-bottle capacity* Adjustable temperature range: 54-66F Exterior digital touchscreen with temperature display Reflective smoked-glass Thermopane door with recessed handle 6 pull-out chrome shelves Interior LED lighting Freestanding only** Size: 29-1/4’H x 18-1/4’W x 21-1/4’D *Note: Door is not reversible. **Note: Shelving is meant to hold standard Bordeaux size bottles using larger size bottles may limit the capacity. If you would like to store larger bottles you can easily remove any of the shelves. This will also prevent scraping the labels on the larger bottles. ***Applications: This model is not meant to be built-in to cabinetry recessed or put underneath a counter. Additionally this model is not meant to be used in an enclosed area. While the back of the unit does produce a minimal amount of heat it still needs to vent to an open area.
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Question by sweety: do you like wine?
because the wine i have tasted is really bitter are they all like that?
Answer by Sam
No… I LOVE wine
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!Question by TRAVIS: how many carbohydrates in wine?
How many carbohydrates in red house wine
Answer by Mathias
Wines vary substantially depending on their alcoholic content and whether they have residual sugar, but a 5-ounce glass of dry white table wine may have 1.0 to 1.25 grams of carbohydrates, while a similar portion of red may go up to 2.5 grams, and sweet wines with their high sugar content will have substantially more, up to the range of 10 grams in a 3-ounce serving of a strong dessert wine like Port.
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