Waterfall Wine Chiller
Did you know that wine temperature is a very complex and subtle area of vinophilia? Well, when we served Merlot straight from the fridge last night, it turned out we didn't. It seems that a lot of people are missing out on the subtleties of wine temperature, most whites being served too cold and reds too warm. With this gorgeous Waterfall Wine Chiller you need worry no longer: simply pop your bottle in the chiller and watch the beautiful waterfall effect cascade around it, taking your wine to the perfect temperature. With all the main varieties of wine covered by pre-programmed temperature settings, all you have to do is wait, watch and then drink (responsibly).
- A wine chiller that takes your wine to the optimum drinking temperature.
- Waterfall chilling function gently sprays water over bottle to cool it evenly.
- Revolving bottle chamber.
- Computer controlled to ensure correct temperature.
- Pre-programmed wine settings - select your wine (Merlot, Chardonnay etc) and the chiller knows the ideal temperature.
- Built-in auto shut-off function.
- Suitable for ages 18 years +. Unless you put Ribena in it.
- H: 48 W: 22 D: 22 cm.
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This was to be a present for my brother and whilst it might look like the 'must have' kitchen gadget... it is thoroughly dreadful and irritating in what it does. The waterfall pump is extremely noisy and intrusive, and the rotating function is not robust in my opinion to withstand any regular use. Once unpacked, the space age looks are shattered by the cheap plastic choice of material. I could perhaps have lived with these issues if there was some active built in refrigeration. There is not - you have to fill the cooler with ice and water for the cooling effect to happen. On a positive note it does in fact appear to manage to cool your favourite vino to an appropriate temperature (though that relies on assumed internal temperature sensing and programming). On balance, the description is not misleading so I've no quibble there - it is the cost for such a practically useless and irritating kitchen and dinner party gadget!