The Jenn-Air® wine cellar features a DualZone system. Two temperature zones - an upper zone for white wines and a lower for blush and red wines - keep these wines at their recommended temperatures for serving.
UV-Resistant Thermal Glass Door
The specially designed door protects bottles from damage by filtering out UV rays that can prematurely age wine and bleach labels. Thermal glass helps block sun and heating to ensure optimal internal temperatures are maintained.
LED Temperature Display
Monitor temperature readings on both zones clearly and easily with the sophisticated LED temperature display.
5 Roll-Out Racks
Easily store and access wine bottles on five smoothly gliding racks.
Store up to 46 bottles in this under counter wine cellar's optimal storage environment.
The automatic defrost feature ensures that the optimal storage environment is consistently maintained.
- DualZone System
- UV-Resistant Thermal Glass Door
- LED Temperature Display
- 5 Roll-Out Racks
- 46-Bottle Capacity
- Automatic Defrost
|Number of Temperature Controlled Zones
||2 Wine Racks
|Temperature Divider LED Color
|Temperature Divider LED Dimmer Switch
|Zone 1 Capacity
||Up to 24 Bottles
|Zone 1 Description
|Zone 2 Capacity
||Up to 22 Bottles
|Zone 2 Description
|Annual Energy Usage [kWh]
|Cutout Height (in)
|Cutout Width (in)
|Cutout Depth (in)
|Depth with Door Open 90 Degrees
|Depth Excluding Doors
|Depth Closed Excluding Handles
|Width of Cabinet Only
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