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Allavino VSWR56-2SSLN Wine Refrigerator

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Allavino VSWR56-2SSLN Wine Refrigerator

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Size:Left Hinge  |  Color:Stainless Steel

The all-new Allavino VSWR56-2SSLN Dual Zone Wine Cooler Refrigerator is an ideal option for storing both red and white wine simultaneously. A digital display and "red", "white", and "sparkling" indicator lights allow you to monitor temperatures at a glance, and push button controls make it easy to individually adjust each zone. The VSWR56-2SSLN also features new cutting-edge metal shelves that are strong enough to provide reliable stability and prevent sagging over time, and thin enough to allow more space between the shelves than you will find in most similarly sized wine refrigerators, allowing you to store larger bottles without sacrificing bottle capacity. These shelves are accented with stainless steel fronts, and have wood slats that gently cradle your bottles to help prevent harmful vibration from affecting your wine. Thanks to its front-venting design and finished top and sides, this refrigerator can be used as a built-in or freestanding unit.


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Temperature Zones 1 2 2 1 2 2
Capacity 30 bottles 30 bottles 36 bottles 56 bottles 56 bottles 121 bottles
Height 33.5" 33.5" 32.8" 33.9" 33.9" 55.2"
Width 15.0" 15.0" 23.5" 23.4" 23.4" 23.5"
Depth 24.0" 24.0" 23.3" 23.6" 23.6" 27.0"

Allavino VSWR56-2SSLN Wine Refrigerator

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