Aobosi Stainless Steel Tempered Glass Dual Zone Wine Cooler

Last updated date: June 22, 2020

DWYM Score
9.1

Aobosi Stainless Steel Tempered Glass Dual Zone Wine Cooler

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Overall Take

If you're searching for an energy-saving wine cooler, this model is your best bet. It runs quietly and has a low vibration that won't disturb the wine. The cooler is larger in size and best for big families or those that entertain. In fact, each cooler holds up to 46 bottles at a time. In our analysis of 170 expert reviews, the Aobosi Aobosi Dual Zone Wine Cooler placed 3rd when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note June 22, 2020:
Checkout The Best Wine Cooler for a detailed review of all the top wine coolers.

Expert Summarized Score
9.1
4 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.6
121 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
The double glass door protects your wines from harmful UV rays. The digital control is easy to use and allows for you to alter the temperature in each zone with the simple touch of a button. This compressor system is quiet. The wine cooler can be built-in or freestanding, giving you more choices on where to place it within your home. The wooden shelves reduce the risk of your bottles being scratched.
- Wine Cooler Reviews
The stylish 15” wine cooler by Aobosi allows to store good range of both whites and red wines. The wine cooler is equipped with wooden shelves which acts as a great moisture resistant. The wooden shelves helps the bottles to be protected from getting scratched. The slide of the wooden shelves is very smooth which enables smooth sliding of the shelves for removal and placing the bottles easily
- Popular Wine Coolers
Its exquisite design is perfect for storing and chilling 28 bottles of red and white wines. The temperature can be set in dual zone, providing temperature for storing and chilling for serving. Temp memory function sets temp at the desired range automatically. Advanced powerful compressor cooling system is quiet and energy-efficient in low vibration operation. It is an ideal storage for aging and maturation of your wines. Beech wooden shelves can be removed to accommodate larger or taller bottles.
- LoveCraftWines
Despite being a compressor-powered cooler, the Aobosi JC-145BH 28-bottle wine cooler is relatively silent and doesn’t vibrate too much. There is no need to worry about disturbing the wine sediment. The noise level is specified at 42 dB, which is of course only true when the compressor is running. (Like your kitchen fridge, the compressor only turns on as needed. For comparison purposes, the noise level of normal conversations is 50 dB.)
- The Wine Aerator
What experts didn't like
Fitting 28 standard sized bottles into this wine cooler can be done, but it will be a tight squeeze. If you do want to fit 28 bottles in, some will have to be placed in opposite directions and as a result, they will not be visible once the door is shut which is a shame for anyone looking to display their collection to visitors.
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The digital panel set inside forces the user to open the door of the wine cooler to adjust the temperature.
- Popular Wine Coolers
Upper price range
- The Wine Aerator

From The Manufacturer

With Stainless Steel Frame and Double Tempered Glass Door, the built-in or freestanding wine cooler looks classy and fashion,making it perfectly match any home décor,club,cafe or restaurants.The sleek design will be a great addition and focal point at any occasion. Built-in professional & powerful compressor,the built-in wine refrigerator runs quietly with a low operating noise of 42 dB and energy saving. Low vibration. This helps to keep the taste and maturation of your wine. You can customize the temperature by touching the control panel. Upper zone 41-54°F, lower Zone 54-68°F. The two zones feature different temperature so that your wine is perfectly chilled at their optimal temperatures for pure enjoyment. The dual zone wine cooler can store up to 28 bottles of your favorite wine.When accommodating larger bottles,this will reduce the stated bottle capacity.It is a perfect companion for wine lovers to store specific or various wine.The beech wood shelves are easy to slide out and individually disassembled.Strong enough to hold your bottles.

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An Overview On Wine Coolers

If you love wine, you need somewhere to put it — but not everyone has the room, the budget or the need for a true wine cellar. Enter the wine cooler.

“Wine coolers can also provide that perfect temperature for storing and aging wines at a fraction of the cost of building a wine cellar in your home,” says our resident culinary expert Julie Chernoff, a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, dining editor for Better magazine and food journalist.

Wine coolers can be conveniently located wherever they are needed, but it can be difficult to choose one. They come in a wide price range and with many potential bells and whistles. So, as you’re shopping for one of these useful refrigerators, consider what basic capacity and bottom-line utility you need your wine cooler to have. Also, where will you put it and what size or look fits with your decor? Some common considerations include temperature range and stability, humidity level and the amount of noise the unit makes.

“There are myriad capacities to suit your particular needs, from countertop versions to under-the-counter wine fridges,” Chernoff explains. “The most useful wine coolers provide the ability to adjust temperature and humidity, have adjustable racks to accommodate thicker champagne bottles, dual-zone control to accommodate both red and white wines, and run quietly and efficiently.”

The next step is to look at what extra features you desire. Some coolers come with alarms, LED lighting and particular rack materials to enhance your wine experience.

“A tempered glass-front door provides a way to see what’s in stock without constantly opening and closing the door and letting the cold air out,” Chernoff advises. “It also ensures that you won’t forget the bottles in the back of your pantry.”

If you’re serious about your wine, a wine cooler can upgrade your storage immensely and provide the right climate for your favorite vintages.

DWYM Fun Fact

The ideal storage temperature for both red and white wines is about 55 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Wine Spectator. This helps keep both from aging prematurely. However, optimal serving temperatures differ between types of wines. Red wines are best served at 55-65 degrees Fahrenheit. On the other hand, white wines are better at a slightly colder temperature of 49-55 degrees Fahrenheit.

Though every kind of wine has an optimal temperature, it’s fine for wine to fluctuate a few degrees here and there. One thing you should avoid, however, is having your wine undergo any sudden drastic increases or drops in temperature.  Extreme and frequent temperature swings can alter the flavor of the wine. It can also cause the liquid inside the bottle to expand, leading to wine to seep out or the cork to pop open. If you live in a house or environment that sees rapid shifts in temperature, a wine cooler can serve as a handy tool to help you stabilize the temperature and keep your wine bottles at a more favorable degree.

The Wine Cooler Buying Guide

  • Decide where your wine cooler will live. Before picking a spot, consider where there’s enough space within your home to keep it and how convenient you need your wines to be. Size may be a limiting factor, so keep that in mind. Should you get something that is free-standing or one that fits on your counter?
  • You may wish to purchase a wine cooler that fits your decor. Check out your options when it comes to appearance.
  • Consider the cooling method. Wine coolers can run on a compressor just like a refrigerator, but some smaller ones are thermoelectric. Thermoelectric units are quiet and efficient, but need extra clearance space and may not work as well if the air around them is warm. Compressors are heavier and a bit louder, but may last longer.
  • How much capacity do you need? Do you like to regularly keep several options on hand?  Will you be storing bulkier items, like champagne bottles? If any of these factors apply to you, you may need a cooler with adjustable racks.
  • Temperature regulation is one of the most important factors to consider when buying a wine cooler. Find a unit that has an adjustable thermometer, and consider dual zones if you’ll be putting both white and red wines in your cooler.
  • Budget is also important. Many wine coolers have nice features, so decide what extras you can live without if you want something on the lower end of the price range.