Wine Enthusiast 45 Bottle American Series Wine Refrigerator. With the highest-quality of American engineering and manufacturing at its core our Wine Enthusiast American Series features built-in wine refrigerators at their very best. While advanced technology protects your wine from its enemies weve taken great care to consider everything else you could possibly want in a built-in storage solution. From fans specifically engineered for in-cabinetry cooling to zero clearance doors that provide a flawless fit with your other cabinets the American Series wine refrigerator will complement any kitchen home bar or entertaining area. The Wine Enthusiast 45 Bottle American Series wine refrigerator features designer handles maple-trimmed glide-out racks display shelf and stainless steel doors. Built to perform. Built to last. Built in the USA. Features: Built in the U.S.A 45 bottle capacity Single-Zone Compressor Adjustable from 40F to 65F Soft close door 120 swing door Wood front metal shelves Stainless steel trimmed door UV glass Top display shelf Full door designer handle Front vented zero clearance built in Digital display control panel with audible alarms Dimensions: 33 1/4’H w/hinge x 24’W x 26’D w/handle Applications: This model is designed and manufactured to deliver a high level of performance while built into cabinetry or as a free standing wine refrigerator. Front venting toe kick must not be blocked if built into cabinetry. Note: While blue light is shown actual unit will come equipped with white interior light.
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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
What do you think? Answer below!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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